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Viewing trace data

Posted by Mark Fanara on January 23, 2008
I understand that the trace data collected consists of two fields per entry: tick and task number. I also understand that the means of viewing the trace data off-line is up to me to select. I am looking for specific examples of how other users have chosen to view the trace data. A graphical view resembling that shown on the freertos.org website (www.freertos.org/implementation/index.html RTOS Fundamentals, Scheduling) is desirable. (Similer, but much simpler than, the view provided by the VxWorks tool WindView).

RE: Viewing trace data

Posted by Richard on January 23, 2008
The graph on the page you reference was just created by opening the data in Excel.

The trace logging system is a little old, I'm hoping to introduce something better soon.


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