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Orange Pi Zero remote debugging with Eclipse CDT on Mac OS X

  1. Download ARM toolchain from this blog — http://www.welzels.de/blog/en/arm-cross-compiling-with-mac-os-x/
  2. Create your C++ project, do not forget to select 'Cross GCC' and specify cross compiler path and prefix.01.png
  3. Build project to verify that it is buildable.
  4. Go to Debug -> Debug Configurations and create a new configuration under the C/C++ Remote Application
  5. Go to Preferences -> General -> Secure Storage and disable OS X Keystore Integration
  6. Create a new SSH connection and select Password base authentication 02.png
  7. Next step: set the Remote Absolute File Path for C/C++ Application (this will call pwd command on the Orange Pi). If login/password for ssh were correct, you will see no error messages.
  8. Open the Debugger tab and select GDB Debugger from the toolchain.
  9. Press Debug and enjoy!
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