I have a board with 28335 and I used to be able to debug with the C2000LC. After I obtained a 100v2 and tried it out i found i could no longer use the debugger. First I thought it was the 100v2 problem but now I attached the 2000LC back it is the same behavior. when the debugger is launched, there is no error or warning, but under the /Target option, except the options for choosing debug profile, and a few on the bottom, all other options are grey-ed out and the debugger does not stop at main like it used to.
I have the project compiled with full debug symbol and the launch debugger works since the flash programmer actually burns the image. but after that, nothing happens.
Can you check if you accidentally closed out the debug view?
Please see this FAQ:http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/FAQ_-_CCSv4#Q:_I.27ve_successfully_started_a_debug_session_but_most_of_the_target_operations_under_the_.27Target.27_menu_are_grayed_out._How_do_I_get_access_to_them.3F
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om... thank you. indeed that is the case..
but imho, debug view should be automatically loaded in debug session. there are just WAY TOOOOO MANY terms in eclipse that user has to distinguish already.
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