[U-Boot-Users] BDI vs. Lauterbach
David.Snowdon at nicta.com.au
Wed Apr 12 09:54:09 CEST 2006
Many thanks for all the discussion regarding BDI and Lauterbach. It
sounds like the Lauterbach has the edge over the BDI in some ways,
but whether its a 2x-the-cost edge is difficult to work out.
I thought I had the powers-that-be convinced on the Lauterbach until
someone suggested the Wind-River and Greenhills tools (in front of
management). I'm now back to the drawing board: comparing these tools
via the information available on the 'net is difficult because they
all claim to do the same things. Have any of you had positive or
negative experiences with either of those two company's products?
Please ignore if I'm pushing the friendship too far... ;-).
National ICT Australia (NICTA)
Email: David.Snowdon at nicta.com.au
On 11/04/2006, at 8:41 PM, Andreas Schweigstill wrote:
> Hi all!
> I have been using Lauterbach debuggers for several years at
> different companies and finally bought my own one (Power
> Debug USB for ARM7/9). I like them very much but unfortunately
> there doesn't seem to be RDI or GDB stub support. At least on
> MS Windows there is a DLL available to connect third-party
> products to the Lauterbach environment.
> llandre schrieb:
>> 2) USB version doesn't support Linux on host
> The USB version works very well on a Linux host, at least with
> software release ~summer 2005! First I had some problems on
> a Suse 9.3 Prof. system with the USB hotplug mechanism but this
> could be solved by a proper chmod.
> With best regards
> Andreas Schweigstill
> Dipl.-Phys. Andreas Schweigstill
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