[ros-dev] [ros-diffs] [fireball] 50967: - Revert 47615. Please fix actual sysreg instead of adding inconsistency between 1st, 2nd and 3rd stages debugging connections. This should fix sysreg3's inability to do backtrace...
aleksey at reactos.org
Sun Mar 6 19:42:28 UTC 2011
Maybe, but as for sysreg, I copied original behaviour to sysreg3, and
it was sending keyboard scancodes to the virtual machine.
On Mar 5, 2011, at 2:00 PM, Olaf Siejka wrote:
> I`m not sure if this is the only reason for sysreg3 to not being
> able to do bt. It doesnt work in 2nd and later stages either. The
> real issue seems to be in regcdtest itself, not within 1st stage
> kdserial. Just my 5 eurocents.
> 2011/3/5 Timo Kreuzer <timo.kreuzer at web.de>
> Am 05.03.2011 10:03, schrieb Aleksey Bragin:
> Yes, throughout all years I used to type into the virtual machine
> window (or real hardware's keyboard) in order to enter kdbg
> commands in 1st, 2nd and 3rd stages. The default way for 2nd and
> 3rd remains the same, but that commit changed default for the 1st
> stage, and that was quite unexpected (there was even a bug report
> submitted for that). Not to say that I didn't notice that commit
> back then, and was wondering why sysreg3 is not able to enter any
> kdbg commands into virtual box window when first stage of setup runs.
> On Mar 5, 2011, at 4:34 AM, Olaf Siejka wrote:
> It causes issues in 1st stage access to kdbg. Simply speaking,
> instead of using vbox window focus to type in kdbg commands, those
> only work with terminal (like putty) window focus.
> I don't consider this an "issue". Its normal behaviour and the way
> RosDbg works and sysreg as well (iirc) and I am used to work with
> it since ages, because it simply sucks to focus one window and have
> the text in another. If something is inconsistent here, then
> sysreg, using VBox window focus in 1st stage and serial in 2nd and
> 3rd stage. Or does the new sysreg suddenly use the window focus
> everywhere? Or only the one for windows while the one on linux
> still uses serial? That's again inconsistency. And please don't
> mistake your personal preference with consistency, for me and
> everyone using RosDbg its more consistent with kdserial :)
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