Upon launching the debugger I get a dialog with:
Exception occurred during launch
Could not determine GBD version using command:
This occurs after I had to reset my Windows 10. I did reinstall E2Studio and the SSP.
In reply to nick:
the first thing I have noticed is a typo - it should be: arm-none-eabi-gdb.
Could you check what is the value set in:e2 studio > menu Run > Debug Configurations > Renesas GDB Hardware Debugging > [your_project_name] > Debugger tab > GDB Command
Please also verify what is the result returned when you execute this command in command line. To do that please:
To uninstall e2 studio I use the uninstaller:<e2_studio_inst_dir>\uninstall\uninstall.exeThen I remove the <e2_studio_inst_dir> directory manually if necessary.
In reply to anper:
the result of "type: arm-none-eabi-gdb.exe --version" which you posted is definitely showing there is something wrong.
Could you post here a screenshot of the following settings:e2 studio > menu Project > Properties > C/C++ Build > Settings > Toolchain tab
could you also check what toolchain is integrated with e2 studio?e2 studio > menu Help > Add Renesas Toolchains
Please also verify what result you get by executing commands:
in the C:\Program Files (x86)\GNU Tools ARM Embedded\4.9 2015q3\bin directory.
I tried to find what is the meaning of "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000022)" error message. It seems it can be caused by incorrect permissions to a particular file, typically some .dll file(s) in Windows.