PPC400 Debugger


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PPC400 Debugger
  Highlights
Full HLL and ASM support available
Batch processing
Supports ELF/DWARF format
3.3 volt support
Support for internal triggers
Break on code or data
Unlimited software breakpoints
Fast download up to 600KB/sec
 
  Introduction
The debugger for IBM PowerPC 400 family allows fast access to the BDM interface of the chip. Up to 450 KByte can be downloaded in 1 second. The systems supports C, C++ and JAVA as well as the debugging of the TPU.


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IDE - Integrated Development Environment


TRACE32 Integration to Wind River Workbench
  • Requires a Wind River Workbench version 4.x.
  • Based on Target Communication Framework (TCF)
  • TRACE32 operates 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 Wind River Workbench
  • 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

 

Trace Extension


PowerPC 400 Trace
  • 100/200 MHz Trace Bus Operation
  • Up to 400 (800) MHz Core Clock
  • Up to 4 GByte trace memory
  • 16...256 MFrames
  • Code Coverage
  • Performance Analysis

 

Adaption


Debugger and Trace Connectors for PowerPC400

Half-Size Adapters for Debuggers
  • 100 mil to 50 mil Adapters
  • Small Footprint for Target Connector

 

Application Note


 

Details and Configurations






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