When i debugging F28M35 with CCSV5.2 ,i found M3 core cannot realtime emulation.
May anyone advise the reason?
CCS realtime mode is not supported on M3. If you want to make realtime memory/register accesses on the M3, you can make your accesses through the DAP:
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I tried using DAP in CCS V5,but found even using DAP, the memory windows still not realtime update ,even when the M3 core halted ,the same address value in M3 core memory window and DAP memory window value are different.
The address 0x200001B0 value in M3 core memory window is :0x000A406B
The address 0x200001B0 value in DAP memory window is :0x000F6E9F.(Seems this is the old value)
But in Expressions windows the address 0x200001B0 value is :0x000A406B
Could you advise the reason?
I just tried out accessing memory via memory view via the DAP via while a program is running on the M3 and when I enable continuous refresh, I see memory values being updated. How are you doing the update? Are you using the continuous refresh feature in the memory view or a manual update? Can you send me a small test case where i can run on my own Concerto target here?
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