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24 Jun, 2013

Anil Khanna It is no secret that of all the design steps involved in developing an embedded application, debugging is probably the most crucial and where the most amount of time is spent. Code debugging is more a learned experience than anything else. The more embedded applications you code, build and debug, the better you get at it. Newer tools may give you greater visibility but you still need to know what to … Read More

Debugging, GDB, CodeBench, sourcery, GNU, OSS

31 Aug, 2012

Hollis Blanchard I was in San Diego yesterday for the Tracing Summit, part of the Linux Plumbers’ Conference. Topics included SystemTap, ftrace, perf, and GDB tracepoints… and of course LTTng. Even better than putting developers from all those projects in the same room, in the morning there were a couple presentations from tracing users: Frank Rowand and Vinod Kutty who use tracing on embedded systems and … Read More

GDB, Linux, ftrace, systemtap, tracepoints, lttng, perf

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