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TMS320F28075: TMS320F28075

Part Number: TMS320F28075


I am using 28075 MCU.
What I want to know is if there is a #Define or register flag that can distinguish when I am running Debugging Mode through CCS.

I look forwad to hearing from you.

Best regard.

  • Hello,

    I assume you are looking for a way for your target application to determine if the target has a debug connection with CCS. This may be possible by reading a register or something like that. It would be very device specific. I will bring this thread to the attention of the device experts for more comment



  • Hello Seockhyun,

    Based on what is present in the reference manual, I do not see any register that can be used to see if the device is in debug mode. I will forwards this to the JTAG expert to see if there may be some other way to detect this.

    Best regards,

    Omer Amir

  • Seockhyun,

    I do not think that there is a better way than commenting/uncommenting some #define statement. If that does not work for your situation, you could have the device read some GPIO with a pull-down resistor, and then make sure to drive that GPIO high when the debug probe is connected.

    Best Regards,

    Ben Collier 

  • Thank you to those who answered.

    I was look forward which like 'DCON' in RESC register of 280049MCU.

    Maybe I don't think that there is anything like 'DCON' of 28075MCU.

    But I think we need a register that functions like this.



  • Shin,

    I don't think there is anything like this on F28075 MCU. It is there for all newer MCUs.

    Best Regards,

    Ben Collier