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Debugging options and tools LPCxpresso

Posted by cmunikat on December 28, 2017

Hello, I am using FreeRTOS with LPC1769 cortex M3, and would like to know which debug options are available, tools, probes, software, etc. I am currently using LPCxpresso IDE. So far i have only used printf to the console and through UART. I know this processor does not have the set of registers used to support instruction trace, what is dissapointing. regards Cmunikat

Debugging options and tools LPCxpresso

Posted by rtel on December 28, 2017

Hi - this is not really a FreeRTOS question but a tools question. As you are using LPCXpresso then your debug options are whatever LPCXpresso supports, which I would guess will include CMSIS DAP and LPCLink - both of which are free and normally just require a USB cable. No doubt it will also support more professional options such as J-Link too. It also depends on the connectors available on your hardware - you can only use the options that both your hardware and LPCXpresso support.

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