Today we announce the release of VisualGDB 5.3 Preview 6. It focuses on further improving the usability of the embedded and Linux projects. I will give you an overview of the highlights of this version in this post.
VisualGDB has a history of supporting embedded devices that has gone through several steps of evolution. The very first VisualGDB version released 5 years ago expected you to know the gdb and OpenOCD command lines, one of the next versions provided convenient GUI for locating OpenOCD scripts and settings that eventually morphed into detecting the settings for common devices and debug adapters, still requiring to go into script editing to support choosing a specific ST-Link instance or turning on the “Connect under reset”.