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state viewer

Posted by avi asaf on November 9, 2009
hello all,

i am working on the IAR workbench 5.4 , based on AT91SAM7S512 mC

i have installed the state viewer according to the the attached installation PDF.

also, configure the FreeRTOSConfig.h, configQUEUE_REGISTRY_SIZE is set to 10

as I understood the configUSE_TRACE_FACILITY is not relevant in this IAR version.

also, i have activatedthe FreeRtos plugin in the debugger window.

but, when i am running my project and stop it for watching the task info
i see that the window is empty (also queue info is empty)

does any one knows the reason for that?

what i am missing ?

thanks in advance

RE: state viewer

Posted by Dave on November 11, 2009
You don't say which version of FreeRTOS you are using. I think the configUSE_TRACE_FACILITY setting is relevant to the FreeRTOS version not the IAR version.

RE: state viewer

Posted by avi asaf on November 12, 2009
you are right

the version of freeRtos is 6.00

so the configUSETRACEFACILITY is not relevant

RE: state viewer

Posted by avi asaf on November 22, 2009
the message i have got in the debug log is :

Error (col 8) : Can't dereference

so what do you think the problem is ?

RE: state viewer

Posted by Richard on November 22, 2009
I've just tried IAR V5.4 with FreeRTOS V6.0.1 and SAM7X (had to change the linker script and mac file to get this combination working) and the latest IAR plug in seems to be working fine. On my system at least all seems ok.


RE: state viewer

Posted by Richard on November 22, 2009
A little extra info - the plug-in version is shown as in the project properties window.


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