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Debugging FreeRTOS with IAR EWARM 5.11

Posted by Christopher Coley on May 27, 2008
I was woundering if anybody has figured out how to get embedded workbench to show the stack, or more specifically the call-stack, of a task other than the one that it is currently running when you hit a break point.

The point being that it is great to see what is happening within a task by setting break points, but it seems that it is not possible to look at another task at that point in time to see what it is doing.


RE: Debugging FreeRTOS with IAR EWARM 5.11

Posted by Dave on May 29, 2008
This would not be easy to do. You could do it manually by looking at the stack of task in the debugger, but tool support would make it a lot easier.

RE: Debugging FreeRTOS with IAR EWARM 5.11

Posted by Christopher Coley on May 29, 2008
Yes thats what I am doing, looking at the stack in the memory viewer. As you say what I would prefer is to be able to see and use the stack walker like IAR supports for the current stack.

So I guess what I am asking is that IAR supports plug-ins so does one exist for FreeRTOS?


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