• Debugging the Linux Kernel with Sourcery CodeBench and Mentor Embedded Sourcery Probe

    This How-to Guide provides detailed step-by-step introductions to build and debug the Linux® kernel with Sourcery™ CodeBench  Professional and a Mentor Embedded Sourcery probe device - using a  Pa...
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  • How To Guide: Building a Linux Kernel Using Sourcery CodeBench

    This document demonstrates various techniques using the Mentor® Embedded  Sourcery™ CodeBench IDE to build a Linux® kernel and kernel modules.  This paper also demonstrates how to use Sourcer...
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  • How To Guide: Creating and Debugging Linux Application with Sourcery CodeBench for ARM GNU/Linux

    These steps give an example of using Mentor® Embedded Sourcery™  CodeBench Professional to create and debug an application that will run  on a target running Linux®. These steps were tested o...
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  • What's New in the Spring 2012 Release of Sourcery CodeBench

    This document summarizes what's new in the Spring 2012 Release of Sourcery CodeBench.
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  • A Maintenance Programmer's View of GCC

    GCC is considered more difficult to modify or debug than other programs of  similar size. This paper will investigate the reasons for this  difficulty, from the point of view of a maintenance programmer: someone...
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  • Statically Typed Trees in GCC

    The current abstract syntax tree of GCC uses a dynamically typed  über-union for nearly all nodes. The desire for a statically typed tree  design has been raised several times over recent years, but the...
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  • Reversible Debugging

    This paper describes a prototype implementation of reversible  debugging, using entirely Free Software - GDB and QEMU. We explain how  source-level debugging actions are built on top of primitive operations,...
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  • Programming Flash Devices Using Mentor Embedded Sourcery Probe

    When debugging a multi-threaded program, should a debugger stop all  threads when any thread stops, or should it stop only those threads that  have something to report, like a breakpoint hit? When debugging ...
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  • Non-stop multi-threaded debugging in GDB

    When debugging a multi-threaded program, should a debugger stop all  threads when any thread stops, or should it stop only those threads that  have something to report, like a breakpoint hit? When debugging ...
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