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My UART_Printf() sends text to RS232 interface normally, but cout and cerr send the text to the CCS Console in a very slow motion when i have the USB Debug Probe connected. Without the probe, i only see the texts from UART_printf().
How can I force the outputs from cout and cerr to the RS232 port?
I presume you use the TI ARM compiler. If not, this response does not make any sense.
I'm not familiar with UART_Printf. But I can tell from your description that it uses a completely different transport mechanism than cout and cerr. To get a rough idea of cout and cerr work, search the ARM compiler manual for the section titled The C I/O Functions.
Jodat VuHow can I force the outputs from cout and cerr to the RS232 port?
To understand that, continue through that same section. Pay close attention to the sub-section titled Adding a User-Defined Device Driver for C I/O.
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