* Reloading an executable when it changes.
@ 2022-04-14 15:45 jack droptop
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From: jack droptop @ 2022-04-14 15:45 UTC (permalink / raw)
I've got a setup with gdb running on host machine, an arm board running gdbserver, and a serial line connecting the two. I'm able to remote debug over the serial line.
My goal after compiling and deploying a program (over uMTP) to the board , is to have gdbserver in conjunction with the gdb client, automatically relaunch the debug session if the executable of current program being traced just changed. For now I use the file + run combo in the client console. Is this something gdb can do? Or am I being to wishful..
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