[lldb-dev] did anyone konw LLDB support lldb + openocd to run dotest.py in bare board like ARM or other non-x86 architecture?
cui bixiong via lldb-dev
lldb-dev at lists.llvm.org
Tue Oct 24 00:02:14 PDT 2017
sorry， i'm confuse, in my mind, lldb-server maybe like gdb-server,
running on Linux-like platform listening RSP command which send form gdb
and use ptrace syscall to debug which you want to debug program
is it support remote download to batch mode run all testsuite?
certainly i think reset baseboard is very important feature too, but in
lldb-server maybe not support currently i guess.
On Mon, Oct 23, 2017 at 11:06 PM, Greg Clayton <clayborg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Oct 22, 2017, at 6:21 AM, cuibixiong via lldb-dev <
> lldb-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> > Hi
> > did anyone konw LLDB support lldb + openocd to run dotest.py in
> bare board like ARM or other non-x86 architecture?
> We run the test suite on iOS devices using the platform stuff. This
> requires a running lldb-server on the remote system, so we only have the
> test suite running when we have the lldb-server running in platform mode on
> the other side. For this to work with baseboards, we would need the JTAG
> box to respond to many GDB remote protocol packets that "lldb-server
> platform" implements. I am sure for baseboards the test suite would need to
> be modified. A few ideas there:
> - Have the test suite watch for a triple with no os (like
> "arm64-none-none") and have it go into a baseboard mode
> - Many tests that might rely on writing to files, reading from files for
> stdin, and others, would need to be skipped in this mode
> - Any tests that build and debug shared libraries would either need to be
> modified to build multiple static binaries or skipped
> - We might need to make a Bareboard platform and would load the ELF files
> into memory instead of copying them over like the current platforms do
> So there would be quite a lot of modifications required to get the test
> suite running. We will be happy to help you if you choose to try this.
> Greg Clayton
> > Best Regards
> > —cuibixiong
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