Can I change the color of the program counter mark each core using same C program at the multi core debugging? Or, let me know how to select one arrow mark of program counter for target core only.
I am using CCS5.1 with C6678EVM. Two or more program counter marks display one of the C editor/debugging window with other cores debugging at the same C program. I am confused which core points it.
Sorry, unfortunately I couldn't find a way to individualize the Program Counter arrow for each core.
I will check a few other details and probably file an enhancement.
I filed an enhancement today under the number SDSCM00043913. Please check its status in the SDOWP link in my signature below.
Thank you for your arrangement. I am looking forward the improvement.
Kenshow,Another option is see which PC arrow corresponds to which CPU by clicking on the CPU in the debug view and watching the line in the editor get highlighted in light blue.See slide 6 of the ppt in: software-dl.ti.com/dsps/dsps_public_sw/sdo_ccstudio/ccs_training/modules/multi-core_debugging/CCSv5-Multi-core_Debugging-Materials.zipThankski
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I solved my question. Thanks for useful information. I haven't noticed because the highlighting and background of my CCS editor were similar color. I changed the color setting of “current line highlight” and ”Debug Current Instruction Pointer” as follows:
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