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Tracealyzer and LPCXpresso

Posted by koenvda on February 7, 2017

Hello,

I want to use the Trace functions of FreeRTOS on the LPC1830.

I use the LPCXpresso software. With this guide: http://www.freertos.org/FreeRTOS-Plus/FreeRTOSPlusUDP/EmbeddedEthernetExamples/RTOSUDPandCLILPC1830NGX.shtml#usingfreertosplustrace

Every time I select the &RecorderData in the Memory Browser and I export the data (with the sizeof( RecorderDataType )) i can't open it in Tracealyzer for FreeRTOS. The error is: "Failed to load trace: Cannot load Counter Name data because an invalid index " was read from the registry. "

does someone now this error?

Thanks!


Tracealyzer and LPCXpresso

Posted by rtel on February 7, 2017

That is a very old demo and the trace files have changed a number of types since it was created.

Does that example build the code from the /FreeRTOS-Plus/Source/FreeRTOS-Plus-Trace directory? Or does it have a local copy of the trace functions?

It might be better to take a trace config file from one of the newer demos. You could use the one from the maintained Win32 demo (from the FreeRTOS/Demo/Win32-MingW directory) but you would have the change the port from Win32 to Cortex-M.


Tracealyzer and LPCXpresso

Posted by koenvda on February 16, 2017

There was a problem with the Tracealyzer. I have a older version now which does the trick.


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