Eclipse DemoCamps Helios 2010/Pune
What's a Democamp?
Democamp is a cool way of interacting with Eclipse enthusiasts from our city, know what they are doing with eclipse, business opportunities , career paths,etc. DemoCamp is pretty informal, where the you don't have presentations after presentations...after presentations (Huff...Puff!!!) and the speakers don't just blabber. The sessions have a greater focus on interaction of the attendees and the speaker.
Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR)
Atur Centre, Gokhale Cross Road,
Model Colony, Pune - 411016.
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Date and Time
Saturday, 5th June 2010
6 pm - 8 pm
Pune Eclipse dev group
If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please feel free to add your name and topic to the list.
Abeer would be delivering a demo and a short talk on :
Debugging Multi Core Embedded Systems using Eclipse and CDT
What is Multicore Embedded Systems?
Multi Core is the latest in the Embedded Systems space. Traditionally, debugging of single core embedded programs was done on the command shell (bash, csh) using command line tools such as gdb, emacs, vi, etc. But with the advent of multi core systems, command line solutions are unable to handle the complexity of debugging.
An IDE based on Eclipse and CDT offers a friendly UI for debugging, integrating deeply with a debugger like gdb, and has the ability to extend the platform easily for the more advanced debug scenarios.
This talk will show:
1. Demo of debugging a 2 core system modelled on System C using Xtensa Xplorer IDE.
2. What are the unique challenges of debugging multi core embedded systems?
3. Some implementation challenges where Eclipse and CDT were enhanced to support synchronized debugging.
This would be followed by a Q&A session for 15 mins
Who Is Attending
If you plan on attending please add your name and company to the list below. If you have any trouble with the wiki, just send an email to chaitannya at gmail dot com.
- Chaitannya Mahatme
- Vrushali Babar
- Mohit Bhonde
- Karthik Natarajan - KPIT Cummins
- Sushant Sirsikar
- Pradeep CK
- Mandar Shinde
- Mukul Lanke
- Abeer Bagul
- Pratik Rokade