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Beginning with SYS/BIOS release 6.35.02.45, the Task module provides a non-invasive per task CallStack ROV view.
The instructions below are for SYS/BIOS versions before 6.35.02.45 (that do not support these built in ROV views).
After connecting to the Cortex-M core:
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ToddMullanix The program is NOT continue-able at this point because the register context at the point of halting the CPU is lost.
I made a similar suggestion in the past in Is it possible for CCS 6.1.2 to switch the debug context to a blocked TI-RTOS task?, but didn't receive a response.
In reply to Chester Gillon:
Basically this would be task level debugging in CCS. There are some capabilities in CCS from many years back but this is not something supported today. While we have no immediate plans to bring this feature back it is possible that may change due to some other things that we need to support.
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