As of this release I'm no longer releasing the dependent configurator or the manual tutorial separately as I will include it in future releases of DC Dev ISO.
Here is the list of changes.
- GDB is setup and working
- bin2o program (located in the "Tools" menu)
- MinGW 3.4.6 toolchain
- KOS updated to revision 561
- KOS built in MinGW
- dc-tool IP and Serial included and built in MinGW (/kos/utils/dc-tool)
- scramble has been included (/kos/utils/scramble)
- SDL headers and lib issues has been resolved
- Option to compress the toolchain using UPX
This is working with the official February 08 release (8.02) of CodeBlocks, so if you're still using the nightlies then now is the perfect time upgrade I think.
GDB is working. However, after you run the debugger (by pressing the "Debug / Continue" button) do not push it again or push the "Run to cursor" button as they will reset your DC. Hopefully someone will convince the CodeBlocks guys to pass "continue" to GDB rather than "run," or at least the option to change this behavior.
To build a romdisk:
Goto Tools, genromfs (indep).
Then Tools, bin2o (indep).
Open romdisk.img and save it as romdisk.o.
I recommend you also grab dc-tool GUI and extract it to a permanent home and add it as one of the tools.
Don't forget to check "Start GDB server" in the settings of dc-tool GUI if you want to use GDB.
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