In AET is there a option to set trigger when a data is modified ONLY?
For example "AET_JOB_TRIG_ON_DATA_RANGE" would trigger when the data is either read/written. I want to "write protect" some memory sections so looking for an option like trigger on WRITE only.
Is it possible with AET or not?
AET library seems to be taking more than 15KB memory in 6416 DSP. Is there any way to use only portion of the library features and thus reduce memory usage?
Justin Antony GIn AET is there a option to set trigger when a data is modified ONLY?
AET capability varies quite a bit per device. What device are you using?
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This is for c6416 DSP.
A watchpoint to trigger only a data write is supported on C6416. When setting it from CCS, you are given the option to trigger on a READ or WRITE. Are you using AET strictly from AETLib?
Yes, i'm using AETlib without CCS. This is for an environment outside LAB.
I believe AETlib comes from the emulation team. I will see if they can help you out.
Yes, AETLIB has the option to choose to trigger on Read or Write. Actually, the AET hardware only allows one or the other (i.e. you can't do both at the same time). Use the readWrite parameter in the jobparams structure.
FYI, there is a bug in AETLIB where the read does not work, but that doesn't fit your use case. It will be fixed in version 4.1, due to be released in September.
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