I am using CCS v220.127.116.11 and StarterWare 01.10.01.01.
I am trying to debug the emac and timer examples found in StarterWare. I am able to build the projects but when I am going to debug it, it takes a lot of time in order for to be able to hit resume, step in, step over, etc. For example, I was trying to debug the timer_armv5_omapl138_evmOMAPL138 and it takes 6 minutes until I can actually debug it(Also, functions that depend on the includes take a of lot time, too; even more than the 6 minutes). I am using the simulator to do this, though. Can that be the problem?
You said you are using the simulator. To be clear you are NOT running on the EVM hardware?
You are correct. I am NOT running on the EVM.
I would recommend running on the EVM not the simulator. Do you have an EVM?
Hi,One has already been purchased, still waiting for it, though.
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