[Coco] NoICE debugger support for NitrOS-9

Jim Cox jimcox at miba51.com
Fri Feb 3 09:22:42 EST 2006

Hi Boisy:

The URL you posted had a slight typo, this one works:


Looks like a great too, and not too expensive.  Thanks! :)


On Thu, 2 Feb 2006 23:26:17 -0600
  Boisy Pitre <boisy at boisypitre.com> wrote:
> Some time ago I turned my attention to remote debugging 
>on the CoCo,  and made some progress.  Recently I picked 
>up this project again and  have just completed another 
>milestone -- it is now possible to debug  a system state 
>module (driver, kernel, etc) using a neat cross 
> debugging tool called NoICE (www.noicdedebugger.com) and 
>a krnp3  module that I wrote which interfaces to NoICE 
>through the documented  protocol (an RS-232 Pak is 
>required to connect the CoCo to the  Windows PC).
> I'm making the source code to this remote debugger 
>module free to  encourage others to use it by making it 
>part of the NitrOS-9  Project.  If you're trying to debug 
>a driver or other system  component on a real CoCo and 
>are having difficulty, this krnp3 module  and NoICE can 
>make a huge difference for you.
> --
> Boisy G. Pitre
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> Web: http://www.boisypitre.com/
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