Debug plugin with DSF support

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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby faisal » Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:40 pm

vrollei wrote:Hi,

plugin sources are attached, v4 and v5 supported. v2 and v3 will be added later...


Ok, I'm itching to use the debug plugin in eclipse oxygen, how do i go about doing so :) ?

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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby Giovanni » Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:22 pm

I will give this a try during weekend, thanks for the code.

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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby vrollei » Wed Aug 22, 2018 7:09 pm

faisal wrote:
vrollei wrote:Hi,

plugin sources are attached, v4 and v5 supported. v2 and v3 will be added later...


Ok, I'm itching to use the debug plugin in eclipse oxygen, how do i go about doing so :) ?


You can run it as plugin project in Eclipse.
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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby nosense » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:58 am

How does it look like? Can we expect a new ChibiStudio based on latest Eclipse any time soon?

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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby Giovanni » Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:26 pm

I haven't tried it yet, busy period, but I want to bring it in.

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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby clayauld » Thu Dec 27, 2018 9:42 pm

vrollei wrote:Hi,

plugin sources are attached, v4 and v5 supported. v2 and v3 will be added later...


I've been working with ChibiStudio for only a short time but I am intrigued and interested in helping update the plugins to the current version of Eclipse. I have the plugin working on Oxygen as well as the 2018-09 release, but I'm getting an error with GDB when I hit the refresh button on the Debug View.

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/tmp/jenkins/jenkins-GCC-7-build_toolchain_docker-633_20171130_1512067137/src/gdb/gdb/utils.c:785: internal-error: virtual memory exhausted.


This is running on Windows 10.

Have you run into this error before? I'm wondering if there's a way to allocate more virtual memory to the GDB process to bypass this error.

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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby Giovanni » Thu Jul 11, 2019 2:54 pm

I am trying to look into this again. Are there updates after the latest files posted?

The plugin is so different (and likely much better) than the old one that I barely recognize things. It does not help that I touched Java like 5 years ago last time and I love it like git.

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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby vrollei » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:37 pm

Hi,

there were no updates.
I have switched to VSCode and think it would be great to make extension for VSCode....
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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby Giovanni » Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:11 pm

I got an hybrid between old and new code working... the changes were really extensive and I don't understand fully how complete it is, so I went for a minimal changes path for now.

The problem now is that some of the code comes from another project and is under Eclipse license which is not compatible with GPL, before committing anything on the repository I need to address this somehow. The easiest way should be to put the whole plugin under Eclipse license.

Ideas?

BTW, I am dropping support for RT2 and RT3, those are too old and are still supported by older ChibiStudio version if really required, it will support from RT4 onward.

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Re: Debug plugin with DSF support

Postby vrollei » Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:51 pm

If you need any help with changes... let me know, it is not so complex.

I don not think that It would be easy to remove all code under Eclipse lic....
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