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Part Number: RM57L843
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
This question was posted to MCU forum. I am not an expert of SW and know little about how we use the CPU registers in CCS/compiler. Please help us answer this question. Thanks
Part Number: RM57L843
How to achieve stack frame backtracking on the RM57L843，other ARM architecture mcu have the FP stack frame pointer, I have read the cortex-r5 data manual
did not find some register about this.
Thanks and Regards,QJ Wang
I'm not aware of any documentation which specifically discusses how to somehow traverse the stack frames. Much of the basic information is in the section titled Function Structure and Calling Conventions in the ARM compiler manual. But it is probably missing some of the details.
Thanks and regards,
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Can you tell us more about why you need a stack backtrace? Is this a post-mortem analysis of a crash?
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