Debugger for Freescale DSPs (Win16)

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  •     Programmable user interface
  •     Up to 20 independent windows
  •     Three debugging modes
  •     Data displayed and edited in 5 formats
  •     Memory displayed graphically
  •     Full C debugging
  •     Compliant with Freescale and TASKING tools
  •     For Windows 3.1, 95, 98, and NT




Debugger Specifications

Up to 20 independent windows:

  • Source code window
  • Ten data windows
  • DSP registers window
  • DSP flags window
  • Stack window
  • Peripherals control window
  • Local variables window
  • Watch window
  • Commands window
  • OnCE window
  • ASCII view window
  • DMA window (563xx)
  • Cache window (563xx)

Windows operations:

  • Select/deselect a window
  • Open/close a window
  • Move a window
  • Maximize/restore a window
  • Minimize/restore window
  • Change window colors
  • Change fonts
  • Scroll and pan a window

Three debugging modes:

  • Disassembly mode
  • Source code mode
  • Interlaced mode

Data can be displayed and edited in 5 formats:

  • Fractional
  • Decimal
  • Binary
  • Hexadecimal

Registers can be displayed and edited in 3 formats:

  • Fractional
  • Decimal
  • Hexadecimal

Memory can be displayed graphically:

  • Graph scrolling
  • Graph scaling
  • Single location monitoring
  • Logarithmic display
  • Multiple graphs simultaneously

Full C debugging:

  • Set a breakpoint on a C line
  • Single step C
  • Slow motion C
  • Interlace C and assembly language
  • Local variables display
  • Watch and zoom C data structures
  • Operations with the C symbols

On-screen editing of the resources:

  • Data editing
  • Address editing
  • Registers editing
  • Flags editing
  • Assembly language editing

Powerful breakpoint operations:

  • Conditional break then run
  • 128 simultaneous breakpoints
  • True hardware breakpoint
  • Set breakpoints with a mouse click
  • Easy programming of the hardware breakpoint
  • Save breakpoints to a file
  • Load breakpoints from a file

Extensive RUN options:

  • Run
  • Run to address
  • Single step
  • Continuous single step
  • Jump
  • Continuous jump
  • Run to cursor
  • Run with automatic screen update

A window dedicated for symbols:

  • List all symbols
  • Display memory at symbol
  • Set a watch at symbol
  • Set a breakpoint at symbol
  • Run DSP to symbol
  • Unassemble memory at symbol
  • Clear all symbols
  • Load symbols from file

Toolbar saves time:

  • Start DSP button
  • Stop DSP button
  • Single step button
  • Jump button
  • Automatic update button
  • Reset DSP button
  • Toggle radix button
  • Graphics button
  • Assembly mode button
  • Source mode button
  • Interlaced mode button
  • User definable buttons

Extensive help:

  • Microsoft Windows help format
  • Command sensitive help
  • Instruction sensitive help
  • Full description of the debugger

File operations:

  • Load/save memory
  • Input signal from file
  • Output signal to file
  • Load/save breakpoints
  • Load symbols
  • View text file
  • Log commands, registers, memory
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Debugger Features

One debugger for all Freescale fixed-point DSPs

Same debugger used with all the Domain tools

Modern user interface

Fully symbolic

C and assembly source level debugging

On-screen editing of the DSP resources

Built-in assembler/disassembler

Display memory in HEX, DEC, FRA, FLT, ASCII

Graphical display of memory

Watch window

Real-time hardware breakpoint

Hardware breakpoint on memory read, write, fetch, access

Up to 128 conditional software breakpoints

Up to 24 simultaneous windows

DSP code benchmarking

Interfaces with the DSP through the OnCE port

Loads COFF, OMF, and IEEE-695 files

Set a breakpoint with a mouse click

Refresh the screen with a mouse click

Changeable fonts and colors

On-screen help

User definable buttons

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Data in Dec.

Data in Hex

Data in Fra.

Data in Bin.

Data in ASCII

Data in graph

Program in C

Program in assembly

Registers in Dec.

Registers in Hex.

Registers in Fra.









Hardware breakpoint


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