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ARC Debugger
  Highlights
Full high-level and assembler debugging
Fully scriptable
Unlimited software breakpoints
Full onchip breakpoint support
Supports both normal and compact JTAG
Real time trace support (SmaRT, RTT)
Hostlink library support (e.g. printf)
Little- and Big-endian support
RTOS awarness (e.g. FreeRTOS™, ThreadX, MQX™,...)
Target voltage 0.4 .. 5.0 V
Fast download (Ethernet, USB)
Debugging on real and virtual tagets (e.g. ARC® nSIM Instruction Set Simulator)
Support for ARC, SYNOPSYS
Support for ARCtangent-A4, ARCtangent-A5, ARC601, ARC605, ARC610D, ARC625D, ARC630D, ARC710D, ARC725D, ARC750D, ARC770D, ARC-EM4, ARC-EM5D, ARC-EM6, ARC-EM7D, ARC-EM9D, ARC-EM11D, ARC-HS34, ARC-HS36, ARC-HS38, AS210, AS211SFX, AS221BD


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TRACE32® for ARC


TRACE32 is the state of the art debugger from Lauterbach. It comes with the universal user interface PowerView running on your PC, MAC or Workstation and the smart debug probe PowerDebug which connects via USB or Ethernet.
The PowerDebug connects via a DebugCable to you target chip via the classic 5-Pin JTAG (IEEE 1149.1) or via the new 2-pin mode IEEE 1149.7 (often called cJTAG). PowerDebug is a smart debug probe, which means that the debug driver software runs inside the probe to react very fast on your CPU.

TRACE32 supports all DesignWare® ARC processors families from Synopsys:

  • ARCv2™ architecture: ARC EM & ARC HS Families
  • ARCompact™ architecture: ARC 600 & ARC 700 Families, ARCtangent-A5 Family
  • ARCtangent™ 32-bit architecture: ARCtangent-A4 Family

The debugger supports all the powerful common TRACE32 features, such as on-chip breakpoints, unlimited software breakpoints, online memory access, snooping the program counter, RTOS support and multicore debugging. Multicore debugging might be the strongest feature of TRACE32: If you have a SoC containing several ARC DesignWare® cores or even other CPUs or DSPs you can debug all your cores together with only one PowerDebug probel via a single JTAG port.

Especially for ARC DesignWare® TRACE32 supports:

  • Full Actionpoints (Set breakpoints in Flash RAM or set Watchpoints on variables)
  • Hostlink Library (Print messages from your target application directly to your debug GUI with a simple "printf")
  • SmaRT (Use the small real time trace buffer of your ARC, to find out where an exception came from.)

Thanks to the universal user interface PowerView, Lauterbach provides the same look-and-feel for all processors. This gives you the chance to switch to DesignWare® ARC processors without further training for using the debugger.
PowerView runs on Windows, Linux, Mac and Solaris for both 32-bit and 64-bit machines. PowerView is fully scriptable, which means that any debugging sequence can be reproduced easily a thousand times.

 
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Features


Normal and Compact JTAG

  • Normal JTAG IEEE 1149.1 (5-pin JTAG)
  • Compact JTAG IEEE 1149.7 (2-pin JTAG)
  • Variable Debug Clock Speed 10 kHz...50 MHz (≤ 1/2 core clock)
  • High-Speed Download: 500 KByte/sec @ 50MHz JTAG clock

Full Memory Access

  • Display/Read/Write of target memory while core is stopped or running
  • Set/Delete Breakpoints while core is stopped or running
  • Full access to auxiliary memory space
  • Support for Code Overlays

Full Onchip Breakpoint support

  • Program breakpoints
  • Address read/write breakpoints (Watchpoints)
  • Data breakpoints for memory writes
  • Breakpoits on auxiliary registers
  • Instruction data breakpoints for ARC700
  • Breakpoits on core registers for ARCtagent-A4/A5

Hostlink Library Support

  • Print messages from your target application directly to your TRACE32 GUI with a simple "printf"
  • Open and save files on your host via your target application
  • Supports Metaware Hostlink Library
  • Support Lauterbach Hostlink Library for GNU and Metaware compiler

Multicore Debugging

  • Debugging of several CPUs via just a single debug port
  • Homegenous multicore debugging with other ARC cores
  • Heterogeneous multicore debugging with ARC® and ARM®, MIPS® or ATOM™ cores
  • Multicore debugging in JTAG Daisy Chain or MADI
  • Other multicore configurations on request
 
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Screenshot of TRACE32® PowerView for ARC


 
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Target Connector


Adaption for ARC

Adaption via an ARM CombiProbe

 
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IDE - Integrated Development Environment


 
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Details, Configurations and Software Updates






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Last generated/modified: 19-Oct-2016