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Eclipse OCD, viewing peripheral regs: Help

Posted by boozle on February 21, 2008
I am using Eclipse OCD to debug a FreeRTOS system on LPC2368 using ARM USB OCD JTAG adaptor. I have a situation where interrupts are enabled as indicated by CSPR but interrupts are not occuring, there are no timer interrupts, no UART interrupts, time (ticks) do not advance. I suspect state of VIC, Timer or UART but:

I cannot look at the peripheral register addresses using Memory Monitor because it generates a data abort.

Can the JTAG scan access these locations?

Is my OCD setup wrong?

How can I look at memory mapped registers?

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