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Old 06 May 2010, 02:14   #21
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We had to debug the ps2, without a working devkit, you sort of learn to use alot of printf's and have code to change the screen colour depending on error types.
It is possible to debug with out debuggers, just takes a little longer hehe.
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Old 06 May 2010, 03:21   #22
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Yes it's a pain in the ass, I hate debugging with output statements.

After further reading it looks like CubicIDE does come with a gcc debugger that may (if I can get it working) be better than nothing.
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Yes it's a pain in the ass, I hate debugging with output statements.
It isn't difficult. A good coder doesn't need a debugger.
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AmiDevKit offers gcc 3 and a good cross compilation environment (you need Windoze)
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AmiDevKit offers gcc 3 and a good cross compilation environment (you need Windoze)
You think I can use PCTask for WinNT3.51? :P
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AmiDevKit offers gcc 3 and a good cross compilation environment (you need Windoze)
You still wouldn't be able to debug your code though would you? Coding a large application without a debugger is like having all of your toenails pulled out with a pair of rusty pliers.
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