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  1. #1
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    3650 bluetooth remote debugging

    Hi I've found instructions to get gdbstub.exe running on my 3650 to allow remote debugging.

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...=%2Agdbstub%2A

    (hope the link works for you guys)

    And this appears to work! using fexplorer the gdb starts and my IR light flashes.

    Unfortunately I do not have an IR adaptor on my PC only bluetooth. Does anybody know how to achieve a virtual serial connection. I know this is mentioned as a tool called Runstub in the Borland C Builder X development environment.

    Can I
    1) do something similar without the Borland tools?
    or
    2) Get an evaluation download, and if so which one?

    Cheers

    Chris

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    OK I'll answer part of my own question,

    I haven't got the bluetooth to work yet but I think it should be possible with a gdbstub.ini similar to

    [COMMSERV]
    PDD=EUART1
    LDD=ECOMM
    CSY=BTCOMM
    PORT=0
    RATE=9600

    I believe you can do this without the Borland tools. However if you download Borland C Builder X Enterprise edition trial, and unzip it, you will find gdbstub.sis and runstub.sis in a folder called
    cbx1_enttrial_windows\resource\mobile\common
    in a second zip file called
    install_feature.zip
    This saves installing the whole C Builder (no offence but I'm happy with the rest of my tool chain)

    The above gdbstub.ini is installed when runstub.sis and gdbstub.sis are installed, replace it with one similar to the suggestion here

    http://www.newlc.com/article.php3?id_article=168

    and I think I've got ir debugging going, well the 3650 and my PC communicate so far so good.

    What do I want to do now
    1) get the bluetooth working
    2) use the gdb source debugger

    Ideas gratefully received more latter if I get things working better.

    Cheers
    Chris

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