TRACE32 Integration to Eclipse


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Integration Environment
Set-Up


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  Highlights
Based on Target Communication Framework (TCF)
Start TRACE32 as TCF agent
Support for various launch mechanisms
Support for all debug relevant TCF services
Synchronize debugging between TRACE32 and TCF C/C++ Debugger in Eclipse
Support for multiple projects (multicore)
Applicable for all TRACE32 tools
Applicable for all processor architectures supported by TRACE32
Applicable for all compilers supported by TRACE32


Link Support
Technical Support
[www.eclipse.org]  Eclipse Home
[www.eclipse.org]  TCF Framework
Demovideo of the TRAC32 Integration to Eclipse




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Integration Environment




    In the picture above shows a typical configuration. A TRACE32 software, that controls a TRACE32 hardware-based JTAG debugger, is started as TCF agent. This agent ensures that all TCF services requested by the TCF C/C++ Debugger in Eclipse, are translated into JTAG commands and sent to the target.
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Set-Up


    TRACE32 can be autodetected by the TCF discovery mechanism of the TCF C/C++ Debugger in Eclipse, if TRACE32 is started as TCF agent.

    Lauterbach offers an optional TRACE32 TCF plug-in for customers who want to configure and start TRACE32 from the TCF C/C++ Debugger in Eclipse (see picture below).





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