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Old Unix and Linux 01-09-2013
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How to write a new Gdb backend?

Hi Everyone,

I am new to Unix-like system and for GDB. I want to write a new GDB backend which will be possible either by GDB Generic or by GDB server or both. So does anyone has idea which one is preferable and from where and how should I start to write ? I sucessefully build gdb-7.5.50-1 in Cygwin environment.

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I think that if you build the back end for gcc, the gdb can key off that. Most people never need to go there, just people with new CPUs.
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