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Can you help me to trace the sequence of code as shown in map file??? Is there any way to relate this sequence from map file to code related to that using any techniques. The exit is the place where my program aborts always after long time of execution randomly.
I suspect the RTSLib reentrancy issue, but i need help to trace this exit from .map file or from Disassembly window to my code/SYSBIOS application point where it throws the exit call? My code uses many standard C library calls like malloc/free and some other too. This is a part of .map file i will attach the full file if someone needs.
8131da0 00000040 SDR_NC_HDR_Wf_LLC_p64P.o64P (.text:_xdc_runtime_System_printf__E)
88131de0 00000040 ti.targets.rts6000.a64P : System.o64P (.text:_xdc_runtime_System_putch__F)
88131e20 00000040 : Text.o64P (.text:_xdc_runtime_Text_ropeText__F)
88131e60 00000040 SDR_NC_HDR_Wf_LLC_p64P.o64P (.text:_xdc_runtime_Text_visitRope__I)
88131ea0 00000020 Data_Transfer.obj (.text)
88131ec0 00000020 ti.targets.rts6000.a64P : xdc_noinit.o64P (.text:___xdc__init)
88131ee0 00000020 rts64plus.lib : negll.obj (.text:__negll)
88131f00 00000020 : _lock.obj (.text:__nop)
88131f20 00000020 : printf.obj (.text:__outc)
88131f40 00000020 : printf.obj (.text:__outs)
88131f60 00000020 : _lock.obj (.text:__register_lock)
88131f80 00000020 : _lock.obj (.text:__register_unlock)
88131fa0 00000020 : exit.obj (.text:_ab
88131fc0 00000020 : remove.obj (.text:_remove)
88131fe0 00000020 sysbios.a64P : BIOS.obj (.text:_ti_sysbios_BIOS_getCpuFreq__E)
88132000 00000020 : BIOS.obj (.text:_ti_sysbios_BIOS_nullFunc__I)
88132020 00000020 : BIOS.obj (.text:_ti_sysbios_BIOS_setThreadType__E)
88132040 00000020 : BIOS.obj (.text:_ti_sysbios_BIOS_start__E)
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