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FAQ ID # 231
 
Question
How do I configure Advanced Features and Multi-core support using P&E GDB Server Eclipse Plugin?
 
Answer
P&E's GDB Eclipse ARM plugin offers many advanced run control and debug features including FreeRTOS support, real time variables as well as parallel multi-core debugging. To find out how to configure debug launch configuration to access many of the following features, please reference attached User's Manual. There are many launch settings the user may wish to modify, including: Debug Probe Selection via USB or Ethernet (Cyclone, Multilink or OpenSDA interfaces), Debug protocol options including SWD, JTAG, Daisy Chain, and Shift Speed, Automatically provide/switch power to the target MCU, Memory region preservation during programming, The application binary to be programmed and debugged, Any additional binaries to be programmed into the device (bootloaders, etc.), Whether to reset/program a target MCU or to attach (hotsync) to a running device, Calibration of (trimming) internal clocks for accuracy during programming, Partitioning FlexMemory Regions (Flash/EEProm), Semihosting options allowing running code to emit debug messages, Temporary breakpoints, MCU Device Selection, Initialization Scripts.
 
Related Downloads
PnE_GDB_Eclipse_Plugin_Debug_Configuration_User_Guide.pdf - PnE_GDB_Eclipse_Plugin_Debug_Configuration_User_Guide.pdf

 
Architectures Categories Products
NXP Kinetis / S32 (ARM), LPC General / Miscellaneous, Debugger, Flash Programming Software
 
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