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How to hook up my own trace function?

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on May 2, 2007
Hello everyone,

I want to modify the built-in trace feature. I'd like to have a more accurate time-stamp using a free running hardware counter. In order to do so, I found no other way but to override the vWriteTraceToBuffer definition. The API doc says: "The ports could easily be modified to provide a higher resolution time stamp by making use of a free running timer." Is there a way to do so, without having to modify the task.c file? Or is there another way?

- Lukasz

RE: How to hook up my own trace function?

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on May 2, 2007
You have to edit the file.

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