[kaffe] Using Kaffe with remote debugging via Eclipse
ddavies at ddavies.net
Wed Aug 18 12:54:30 PDT 2004
Ah, yes, now it comes back to me -- JVMDI is the lowest level part of
I'll try to dig that stuff out of it's tomb. Please ping me in a
couple of days in case I forget. I may have to send you a big tarball
though and you may have to figure out how to get the diffs from that
yourself. If I don't have to fight with CVS too much I'll make diffs
for you though.
"Woloszynski, Charles" <Charles.woloszynski at innocon.com> writes:
> JPDA is just the architecture around JVMDI, so your work is directly
> relevant. I would greatly appreciate if you could look around and see
> if you could pass along with work in any form you might have (including
> I am not sure about the JVM GetEnv patch and its status. Any chance you
> can dig that up too would be greatly appreciated. From what I found via
> google, the GetEnv stuff looks like it got very close to being passed
> See http://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg01124.html
> Now I understand the relationship between the call and support for
> Thanks in advance,
> Charlie Woloszynski
> Innovative Concepts Inc.
> 703-893-2007 x506
> charles.woloszynski at innocon.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Derek Davies [mailto:ddavies at ddavies.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 3:07 PM
> To: Dalibor Topic
> Cc: Woloszynski, Charles; kaffe at kaffe.org; Tom Tromey; Chris Gray
> Subject: Re: [kaffe] Using Kaffe with remote debugging via Eclipse
> Dalibor Topic <robilad at kaffe.org> writes:
> > Woloszynski, Charles wrote:
> > > I am looking to use Kaffe as the target VM for an embedded system.
> > > We would like to use Eclipse as the development IDE. Has anyone
> > > worked on supporting remote debugging (JPDA) under kaffe? I saw
> > > some old posts that this was partly done. Can anyone comment on its
> > > status?
> > Hi Charles,
> > unfortunately, there is no JDPA implementation for Kaffe available.
> > I've CC:ed Derek L Davies, who did some work on JPDA support in 2000,
> > maybe he can comment on the status of his work, and point you to
> > unmerged patches.
> I did work on JVMDI back then, but I don't follow Java stuff anymore and
> don't know what JPDA is or how relavent my stuff would be. JVMDI is a
> low level protocol for debugging and when I stopped working on it I had
> hacked together just enough to step, set breakpoints and do some
> variable inspection. This was against 1.6 I think. I'm not even sure I
> still have the code, but if you really think it would help I could look
> around for it. I had a jvmdi.h file too, which took a while to type up,
> but is very straightforward (I generated it directly from the spec).
> Also, I think my patch for the JVM GetEnv method was applied but I'm not
> certain. I probably posted it to the mailing list at least.
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