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Not able to toggle P33.5 by StandBy Controller (SCR), after creating a new AURIX SCR project. Any advise?
See attached SCR_Toggle_P33_5_KIT_TC375_LK.zipShow Less
I've been trying to debug and .elf file in Aurix Development Studio.
I use a TC38x MCU with a miniwiggler v3 and I would like to flash/debug and externally compiled program. For compiling TASKING compiler is used so as I know it should be compatible with ADS.
I've already tried to import the elf file as a "C/C++ Executable" and as a "TASKING Tricore C/C++ Executbale File for Debugging" but I could not create a proper debug configuration. The ADS always complains about the missing target configuration.
Do I miss something in connection with the configuration?
Does anybody know any kind of resource related to the topic? Or if you have already done debugging of an external elf file I would appreaciate your experience too.
Thank you for your help in advance. Show Less
I'm using ADS 1.2.2 and connecting to my proprietary target board containing TC277 with miniWiggler over DAP2. Compile and link is just fine.
My problem is that when I launch the integrated (TASKING?) debugger it takes approx. 5 minutes to open the debugger perspective. In the console it looks like it freezes:
Launching configuration: Test
After 5 minutes, once the debugger is launched, it works just fine.
The five minute delay is variable depending on the performance of the PC being used. A slower laptop can take up to 10 minutes.
What is happening during this period please? Flashing the same program with MemTool and miniWiggler takes seconds as usual so doubt it is a slow flashing issue.
Any help to reduce this time would be very much appreciated.
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I basically wondered what is the C++ Standard Container support in ADS + Tasking like?
I am developing a demo application for a TC397XA where I am trying to use an unordered_map as a buffer.
Both implementing it within a buffer class or instantiating unordered_map in my main code for CPU0 and adding some elements compiles sucessfully but it is met with a trap (Data Access Synchronous Error or Memory Protection Null Address) from the things I have tried while debugging the application with miniWiggler.
Another question I have when it comes to containers is related to vectors. I had to replace the file in the folder "include.cxx" within Tasking compiler sources to be able to compile a project with them by the file in: Vector
But even so, I am not able to verify if the container is working properly since I am not able to see the values it contains when using debugging Expressions suchs as my_vector.
If anybody has some guidance or any clues, suggestions are very welcomed! thank youShow Less
I have found what we believe to be a bug regarding OneEye.
When max is set to 1023 and tick-count is set to 100 in the Dial widget with 10-bit bit field signals specified as data-out or auto-connect, the Dial widget freezes when it is moved. It also freezes at max 1010,1018,1019,1021,1022. However, it does not freeze at 1020.
In this case, it did not freeze under the following conditions
- Tick-count = max value
- The max value is divisible by the Tick-count value
The 10-bit bit field signal is obtained from an elf file compiled by TASKING.
Dear developer, would you please investigate and bugfix this issue.
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1. I got the evaluation version of Infineon MCAL and have installed EBTresos tool. I also installed MC-ISAR_AS422_TC3xx_DEMO_1.40.0.exe and selected the TC37X MCU.
2. I started configurations for MCU module in EBTresos. After configuration I am able to generate "Mcu_PBcfg.c" and other files.
3. After Step#2, how do I integrated this with static MCAL files and create a build ? Should I use the AURIX Development Studio to do this or do I need to use BIFACES interface ?
Where can I get some information about the work flow. Any help on this will be greatly appreciated. Show Less
Do anyone use TASKING Pin Mapper for initializing the input pins for Infineon Boards TC27x or TC29x (and others) in the code.
If yes, could you tell me how do you include them in project with respect to Aurix Development Studio!!
Thanks in advance.
Neeraj Show Less
where can i find the interrupt vector table?
i´m working with TC387 and the Aurix Development Studio.
Thanks in advance and best regards H. Show Less