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authorwdenk <wdenk>2003-06-27 21:31:46 +0000
committerwdenk <wdenk>2003-06-27 21:31:46 +0000
commit8bde7f776c77b343aca29b8c7b58464d915ac245 (patch)
tree20f1fd99975215e7c658454a15cdb4ed4694e2d4 /tools/gdb
parent993cad9364c6b87ae429d1ed1130d8153f6f027e (diff)
downloadu-boot-linaro-stable-8bde7f776c77b343aca29b8c7b58464d915ac245.tar.gz
* Code cleanup:LABEL_2003_06_27_2340
- remove trailing white space, trailing empty lines, C++ comments, etc. - split cmd_boot.c (separate cmd_bdinfo.c and cmd_load.c) * Patches by Kenneth Johansson, 25 Jun 2003: - major rework of command structure (work done mostly by Michal Cendrowski and Joakim Kristiansen)
Diffstat (limited to 'tools/gdb')
-rw-r--r--tools/gdb/remote.c48
1 files changed, 24 insertions, 24 deletions
diff --git a/tools/gdb/remote.c b/tools/gdb/remote.c
index b8b247021..f40b6c638 100644
--- a/tools/gdb/remote.c
+++ b/tools/gdb/remote.c
@@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ remote_continue(void)
reply OK for success
ENN for an error
- write reg Pn...=r... Write register n... with value r...,
+ write reg Pn...=r... Write register n... with value r...,
which contains two hex digits for each
byte in the register (target byte
order).
@@ -194,12 +194,12 @@ remote_continue(void)
where only part of the data was
written).
- write mem XAA..AA,LLLL:XX..XX
- (binary) AA..AA is address,
- LLLL is number of bytes,
- XX..XX is binary data
- reply OK for success
- ENN for an error
+ write mem XAA..AA,LLLL:XX..XX
+ (binary) AA..AA is address,
+ LLLL is number of bytes,
+ XX..XX is binary data
+ reply OK for success
+ ENN for an error
continue cAA..AA AA..AA is address to resume
If AA..AA is omitted,
@@ -217,7 +217,7 @@ remote_continue(void)
signal
last signal ? Reply the current reason for stopping.
- This is the same reply as is generated
+ This is the same reply as is generated
for step or cont : SAA where AA is the
signal number.
@@ -256,7 +256,7 @@ remote_continue(void)
the 'N' packet may arrive spontaneously
whereas the 'qOffsets' is a query
initiated by the host debugger.
- or... OXX..XX XX..XX is hex encoding of ASCII data. This
+ or... OXX..XX XX..XX is hex encoding of ASCII data. This
can happen at any time while the
program is running and the debugger
should continue to wait for
@@ -416,7 +416,7 @@ remote_address_masked (CORE_ADDR addr)
&& remote_address_size < (sizeof (ULONGEST) * 8))
{
/* Only create a mask when that mask can safely be constructed
- in a ULONGEST variable. */
+ in a ULONGEST variable. */
ULONGEST mask = 1;
mask = (mask << remote_address_size) - 1;
addr &= mask;
@@ -529,8 +529,8 @@ remote_write_bytes (memaddr, myaddr, len)
*p = '\0';
/* We send target system values byte by byte, in increasing byte
- addresses, each byte encoded as two hex characters (or one
- binary character). */
+ addresses, each byte encoded as two hex characters (or one
+ binary character). */
if (remote_binary_download)
{
int escaped = 0;
@@ -557,11 +557,11 @@ remote_write_bytes (memaddr, myaddr, len)
if (i < todo)
{
/* Escape chars have filled up the buffer prematurely,
- and we have actually sent fewer bytes than planned.
- Fix-up the length field of the packet. */
+ and we have actually sent fewer bytes than planned.
+ Fix-up the length field of the packet. */
/* FIXME: will fail if new len is a shorter string than
- old len. */
+ old len. */
plen += hexnumstr ((char *)plen, (ULONGEST) i);
*plen++ = ':';
@@ -591,7 +591,7 @@ remote_write_bytes (memaddr, myaddr, len)
}
/* Increment by i, not by todo, in case escape chars
- caused us to send fewer bytes than we'd planned. */
+ caused us to send fewer bytes than we'd planned. */
myaddr += i;
memaddr += i;
len -= i;
@@ -743,10 +743,10 @@ putpkt_binary (buf, cnt)
#if 0
/* This is wrong. If doing a long backtrace, the user should be
- able to get out next time we call QUIT, without anything as
- violent as interrupt_query. If we want to provide a way out of
- here without getting to the next QUIT, it should be based on
- hitting ^C twice as in remote_wait. */
+ able to get out next time we call QUIT, without anything as
+ violent as interrupt_query. If we want to provide a way out of
+ here without getting to the next QUIT, it should be based on
+ hitting ^C twice as in remote_wait. */
if (quit_flag)
{
quit_flag = 0;
@@ -875,12 +875,12 @@ getpkt (buf, forever)
for (tries = 1; tries <= MAX_TRIES; tries++)
{
/* This can loop forever if the remote side sends us characters
- continuously, but if it pauses, we'll get a zero from readchar
- because of timeout. Then we'll count that as a retry. */
+ continuously, but if it pauses, we'll get a zero from readchar
+ because of timeout. Then we'll count that as a retry. */
/* Note that we will only wait forever prior to the start of a packet.
- After that, we expect characters to arrive at a brisk pace. They
- should show up within remote_timeout intervals. */
+ After that, we expect characters to arrive at a brisk pace. They
+ should show up within remote_timeout intervals. */
do
{