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Kernel awareness for ARM on IAR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on July 19, 2006
Subject says it all! What are the prospects for some kernel awareness on IAR, ARM platform ?

RE: Kernel awareness for ARM on IAR

Posted by Richard on July 19, 2006
I have a copy of the IAR SDK with the intention of writing a plug in, but unfortunately the version of Visual Studio I have is not compatible and getting the right version is big bucks.

Regards.

RE: Kernel awareness for ARM on IAR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on July 19, 2006
Does it take the most recent version of VS Professional ?

RE: Kernel awareness for ARM on IAR

Posted by Richard on July 19, 2006
Unfortunately not. I have the latest version and a very old version 6. The version required was not quite the latest, but old enough to make it very difficult to get hold of (can't remember off the top of my head which version it was). I found one vendor in the US that had some copies.

Regards.

RE: Kernel awareness for ARM on IAR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on July 19, 2006
That is really unfortunate. Maybe IAR will come through with an update to their SDK that works with the latest. They must have a number of reasons to do it.

RE: Kernel awareness for ARM on IAR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on July 19, 2006
There is a simplistic kernel aware window available for CrossWorks. When you pause the debugger it shows which is the active task, along with the states of each other task, etc.

RE: Kernel awareness for ARM on IAR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on July 20, 2006
How do you get / install this kernel aware window for CrossWorks?

RE: Kernel awareness for ARM on IAR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on July 20, 2006
You have to include the java script file in the project. I think the file is called threads.js. Then when running the debugger open the threads window (I think from the debug menu?).

I might have some of the details wrong here. Take a look at the lwIP demo in the latest download. This has it installed.


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