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    User’s Manual V4.0 Weston, FL 33326 μC/ Probe ® Graphical Live Watch ®Micriμm 1290 Weston Road, Suite 306 Weston, FL 33326 USA www.micrium.com Designations used by companies to distinguish their products are often claimed as trademarks. In all instances where Micriμm Press is aware of a trademark claim, the product name appears in initial capital letters, in all capital letters, or in accordance with the vendor’s capitalization preference. Readers should contact the appropriate companies for more complete information on trademarks and trademark registrations. All trademarks and registered trademarks in this manual are the property of their respective holders. Copyright © 2016 by Micriμm except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the publisher. μC/Probe and the accompanying files are sold “as is“. Micriμm makes and customer receives from Micriμm no express or implied warranties of any kind with respect to the software product, documentation, maintenance services, third party software, or other services. Micriμm specifically disclaims and excludes any and all implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. Due to the variety of user expertise, hardware and software environments into which μC/Probe may be subjected, the user assumes all risk of using μC/Probe. The maximum liability of Micriμm will be limited exclusively to the purchase price. 600-uC-Probe-0073 Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction ............................................................................................ 7 Chapter 2 μC/Probe System Overview ................................................................ 10 2-1 μC/Probe Data Client ........................................................................... 12 Chapter 3 μC/Probe Symbol Browser .................................................................. 16 3-1 ELF File ................................................................................................. 17 3-1-1 Loading an ELF file .............................................................................. 17 3-1-2 Browsing the ELF file ........................................................................... 17 3-2 CDF File ................................................................................................ 18 3-2-1 Loading a CDF file ............................................................................... 19 3-3 CSF File ................................................................................................ 20 3-3-1 Creating a CSF file ............................................................................... 20 3-4 MQTT Configuration File ...................................................................... 24 3-4-1 Creating an MQTT Configuration File ................................................. 25 3-5 Data Footprint Calculator .................................................................... 30 Chapter 4 μC/Probe Settings ................................................................................ 31 4-1 General Settings ................................................................................... 32 4-2 Communication Settings Overview ..................................................... 33 4-2-1 Debugger-based Interfaces ................................................................. 33 4-2-2 Peripheral-based Interfaces ................................................................ 35 4-2-3 Third Party Plugins ............................................................................... 37 4-2-4 MQTT Interface .................................................................................... 38 4-3 Communication Settings Window ....................................................... 39 4-3-1 Segger J-Link ....................................................................................... 40 4-3-2 CMSIS-DAP .......................................................................................... 42 4-3-3 Cypress PSoC Prog ............................................................................. 434 4-3-4 USB ....................................................................................................... 44 4-3-5 TCP/IP .................................................................................................. 45 4-3-6 RS-232 .................................................................................................. 46 Chapter 5 μC/Probe Workspace Explorer ............................................................ 47 Chapter 6 μC/Probe Toolbox ................................................................................ 50 6-1 Writable Controls ................................................................................. 51 6-2 Linear Gauges ...................................................................................... 52 6-3 Angular Gauges .................................................................................... 53 6-4 Charts ................................................................................................... 54 6-5 Numeric Indicators ............................................................................... 54 6-6 Advanced ............................................................................................. 55 6-7 Miscellaneous ...................................................................................... 56 Chapter 7 μC/Probe Layout Design Tools ........................................................... 57 7-1 μC/Probe Example ............................................................................... 59 Chapter 8 Associating Symbols to Virtual Controls and Indicators .................... 60 Chapter 9 Run-Time Mode ................................................................................... 63 9-1 Run-Time Checklist .............................................................................. 63 9-2 Customizing Data Screens Layout ...................................................... 64 9-3 Running μC/Probe and your Debugging Software at the same time 65 9-4 IAR Systems C-SPY Plugin for μC/Probe ........................................... 66 9-4-1 Configuring the TCP/IP Bridge between IAR C-SPY and μC/Probe . 67 Appendix A Configuring Virtual Controls and Indicators ....................................... 69 A-1 Virtual Indicators .................................................................................. 70 A-2 Virtual Controls ..................................................................................... 77 A-3 Charts ................................................................................................... 93 Appendix B Micriμm Software Awareness Screens ............................................. 105 B-1 Kernel Awareness Screens ................................................................ 105 B-2 μC/TCP-IP Awareness Screens ......................................................... 1125 Appendix C Terminal Window Control .................................................................. 117 C-1 Terminal Window Control Configuration ........................................... 119 C-2 Properties Editor ................................................................................ 120 Appendix D μC/Trace Triggers Control ................................................................. 121 Appendix E Spreadsheet Control .......................................................................... 124 E-1 Adding an instance of the Spreadsheet Control .............................. 125 E-2 The Spreadsheet Control Panel ........................................................ 126 E-3 Configuring the Spreadsheet ............................................................ 127 E-4 Other Features ................................................................................... 130 E-5 Application Example .......................................................................... 133 Appendix F Scripting Control ................................................................................ 134 F-1 Writing a Script ................................................................................... 134 F-2 Adding an Instance of the Scripting Control .................................... 138 F-3 Configuring the Scripting Control ..................................................... 139 F-4 Executing the Script ........................................................................... 140 Appendix G Data Logging Control ......................................................................... 142 Appendix H Human Machine Interface (HID) Control ........................................... 146 Appendix I Oscilloscope Control ......................................................................... 150 I-1 Prerequisites ...................................................................................... 151 I-2 Creating an Instance of the Oscilloscope Control ...........................151 I-3 Configuring the Symbols to Plot ....................................................... 152 I-4 Channel Configuration ....................................................................... 153 I-5 Oscilloscope Control Modes ............................................................. 154 I-6 Triggering Modes ............................................................................... 155 I-7 Timebase Configuration .................................................................... 156 I-8 Oscilloscope Control Status .............................................................. 156 I-9 Oscilloscope Control Tools ............................................................... 157 I-10 Oscilloscope Control Plot Area ......................................................... 159 I-11 Oscilloscope Specifications .............................................................. 1616 Appendix J Infineon Edition of μC/Probe: μC/Probe XMC ................................... 165 Appendix K Licensing ............................................................................................ 167 K-1 Ordering .............................................................................................. 168 K-2 Activating ............................................................................................ 170 Appendix L Bibliography ....................................................................................... 173 Index ................................................................................................... 1747 Chapter 1 Introduction μC/Probe is a Windows application designed to read and write the memory of any embedded target processor during run-time. Memory locations are mapped to a set of virtual controls and indicators placed on a dashboard. Figure 1-1 shows an overview of the system and data flow. Figure 1-1 μC/Probe Data Flow Diagram Embedded System Running μC/Probe-Target Windows PC Running μC/Probe J-Link / CMSIS-DAP / Cypress PSoC RS-232 TCP/IP ELF File µC/Probe Workspace (2) (1) (3) (4) (5) Symbol names and addresses Dashboard made out of virtual controls mapped to the target's symbols [2] [1] [1] Including LAN, WAN, etc. [2] Target Resident Code is only required with TCP/IP USB, and RS-232 interfaces. USB8 F1-1(1) You have to provide μC/Probe with an ELF file with D W ARF-2, -3 or -4 debugging information. The ELF file is generated by your toolchain’s linker. μC/Probe parses the ELF file and reads the addresses of each of the embedded target’s symbols (i.e. global variables) and creates a catalog known as symbol browser, which will be used by you during design-time to select the symbols you want to display on your dashboard. Refer to the document μC/Probe Target Manual for more information on installing the μC/Probe Target C files and building the ELF file. Alternatively, you can also provide a chip definition file that contains the chip’s peripheral register addresses or provide your own custom XML based symbol file for those cases when your toolchain cannot generate one of the supported ELF formats. F1-1(2) During design-time, you create a μC/Probe workspace using a Windows PC and μC/Probe. You design your own dashboard by dragging and dropping virtual controls and indicators onto a data screen. Each virtual control and indicator needs to be mapped to an embedded target’s symbol by selecting it from the symbol browser. This document aims at providing more information on creating your own dashboard with μC/Probe. F1-1(3) Before proceeding to the run-time stage, μC/Probe needs to be configured to use one of the following communication interfaces: J-Link, CMSIS-DAP, Cypress PSoC Prog, USB, RS-232 or TCP/IP. In order to start the run-time stage, you click the Run button and μC/Probe starts making requests to read the value of all the memory locations associated with each virtual control and indicator (i.e. buttons and gauges respectively). At the same time, μC/Probe sends commands to write the memory locations associated with each virtual control (i.e. buttons on a click event). F1-1(4) In the case of a reading request, the embedded target responds with the latest value. In the case of a write command, the embedded target responds with an acknowledgement. Refer to the document μC/Probe Target Manual for more information on all you need in regards to the firmware that implements the communication interface that runs on the embedded target. F1-1(5) μC/Probe parses the responses from the embedded target and updates the virtual controls and indicators.9 In case the communication of your choice is USB, RS-232 or TCP/IP, refer to the document μC/Probe Target Manual for more information about the firmware that resides on the Embedded System. This document only provides information about the Windows PC side of the system. 10 Chapter 2 μC/Probe System Overview This section provides an overview of the μC/Probe Windows Application. Whenever you start μC/Probe in your Windows PC, three different modules are started: μC/Probe Automatic Updates and Licensing System, μC/Probe Data Client and μC/Probe Generic Target Communications Module as illustrated in Figure 2-1: Figure 2-1 μC/Probe System Overview ELF File Symbol names and addresses µC/Probe Data Client (4) (1) (5) (2) (3) µC/Probe Generic Target Communications Module µC/Probe µC/Probe Automatic Updates and Licensing System ( AULS) micrium.com Embedded System Running μC/Probe Target TCP/IP USB micrium.com Software Updates Server Licensing Server Windows PC RS-232 (7) (6) TCP/IP CMSIS-DAP Cypress PSoC Prog J-Link11 F2-1(1) The Automatic Updates and Licensing System (AULS) is the part of the application that allows you to install and keep your μC/Probe application up to date. F2-1(2) The Edu
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