I'm trying to find the spurces for arm-none-eabi-gdb. On page
there is mentioned, that
You can find the sources to Arm Embedded Binutils at git://sourceware.org/git/binutils-gdb.git. All embedded branches are at users/ARM/embedded-gdb-[version]-branch. You can contribute in the same way that you contrinbute to GCC.
But when I do a git clone of said URL, I cannot find any structure that holds something like users/ARM/embedded-gdb...
Hi Christoph, this is a branch inside the git repository. You need to check out that branch to get the sources for ARM GDB
I would like to add a small patch to my ARM GDB tool (version 9-2020-q2-update).
Unfortunately, I am unable to locate the correct ARM branches or tags on the sourceware git server.
The only branch that matches the pattern is the outdated users/ARM/embedded-gdb-7.10-branch.
The other ARM branches are: users/ARM/efi-aarch64-support-binutils, users/ARM/efi-aarch64-support-binutils, users/ARM/embedded-binutils-2_26-branch and users/ARM/sve.
Could you please tell me where we can find the source code of the official release? (e.g. GDB 184.108.40.20691211-git corresponding to ARM 9-2020-q2-update package).
EDIT: well, actually, the GDB source files are included in the tarball file available on the ARM download page.