mschnell at lumino.de
Wed Sep 14 16:29:50 CEST 2011
Wee seem to want to do an embedded project with an 68 Processor (in fact
a "Fido" chip by Innovasic, that provides the "CPU32" variant of the 68K
This project does not use a normal OS, it just is a "program", no GUI,
no standard API.
The SDK for the chip supports the gnu tool chain and can run gdb
(optionally in Eclipse) via a JTAG in circuit debug adapter.
AFAIK, FPC decently supports cross-compiling to 68K.
Is it possible/viable to use the Lazarus IDE for writing and compiling
the code ?
Is it possible to configure the Lazarus IDE to use gdb in cross-mode ?
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