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On 03/01/2020 02.38, Shane Santner wrote:
> I was wondering if any consideration has been given to creating a gdbserver
> interface for avrdude? I'm currently using avrdude on a raspberry pi like
> device with linuxgpio as the hardware interface and having the ability to
> attach to a running target with something like gdbgui would be very
> useful. I'm thinking about something similar to what openocd has done with
> their gdbserver interface.
Sounds like you are looking for avarice?
Note you will need a AVR-JTAG device to access the target, which also has to
provide a JTAG port. That is different from what you are most likely using now.
SPI only allows to read/write flash memory (and a few other operations), but for
in-circuit debugging you will need JTAG.
- gdbserver, Shane Santner, 2020/01/02
- Re: gdbserver,
Rainer Müller <=