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Running Demo via ddd on the DVEVM

Posted: 25 Apr 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:DVEVM running demo? DVEVM? open source? ddd application?

The TMS320DM6446 device from Texas Instruments Inc. includes an ARM core, which can run the very popular Linux OS. One of Linux strengths is its open source approach enabling developers a wide range of development tools from free open source debugger applications such as ddd to sophisticated IDE-based debuggers sold by independent software vendors such as MontaVista's DevRocket and Green Hills system MULTI.

The ddd application is an open source graphical interface to the popular open source gdb debugger. This application report outlines the steps for running the encode/decode demo that ships with the digital video evaluation module (DVEVM) via the ddd debugger application. It also shows the necessary steps for connecting the host ddd application to the target gdb server, loading the encode/decode demo into the ddd environment, setting break points in ddd, and stepping through the source code.

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