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Part Number: CC3200-LAUNCHXL
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC3200SDK, , CC3200

I have a CC3200-LAUNCHXL board, and I'm using CCS Version: to run a blinky example from the CC3200SDK_1.5.0. However during debugging in Registers view, I can only see the core registers but not the other peripheral registers. How can I enable the viewing of the peripheral registers in debug mode?

  • It is not supported. you can access them through the memory browser.

    If this is a new project, please don't use CC3200 which is a very old device and was replaced by CC3220/CC3235. 

  • Does the CC3220 support viewing of the peripheral registers or do I have to access them through the memory browser as well?

  • I thought your original question was about the peripheral registers and i already answered that they can be directly accessed through the memory browser. 

    I don't understand the 2nd question.

    The limitation is not related to CC3200, but to CCS (which doesn't have the metadata that will enable it to translate addresses to memory-mapped registers). 

  • If the CC3220 registers could be read in register view, I may consider getting the CC3220 Launchpad development kit as I find the register view way of debugging more user friendly. But with the current limitation, I will continue evaluating the CC3200-LAUNCHXL for some time before making a decision.

    Thank you for your help. I am able to view the peripheral registers through the memory browser.