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High-Level CHILL Debugging System in Cross-Development Environments

By Youngjoon Byun, Young-sik Chung and Byung Sun Lee


CHILL is a concurrent programming language, especially for implementing telecommunications software. ETRI has used the language for the development of switching software. Generally, switching software is characterized byreal-time execution, parallel and distributed processing, large scale source code, and high complexity. The software is also developed on cross development environments. In this paper, we present a CHILL cross debugging system, in which the system can test and debug the programs on remote system from local system. The system provides the traditional debugging features such as executing and tracing a program, listing source code, setting breakpoints, examining and setting program locations, and single-stepping. It also provides parallel and distributed real-time debugging, a powerful command language, signal sending capability, and graphical user interface for switching software. 1

Year: 2009
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