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Re: [cdt-dev] Memory view and monitor
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  • Thread-topic: [cdt-dev] Memory view and monitor

I followed your document:

And in Peripherals I can select the peripheral I made quickly and then it gets opened as Memory View's monitor, see attachment. Do I do something wrong?
Btw when I target the simulation platform and 'break' it on purpose to support byte accesses then the monitor gets populated nicely with the values.

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> On 29 Jan 2020, at 17:06, <Anton.Krug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> <Anton.Krug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Then for finer granularity detail (what registers are safe to read/write and what side effects they have) would be good to do on the SVD/Peripheral gme-packs level. Liviu, is this what you are referencing 'GME Peripheral Registers viewer', or is there something else as well?

As far as I know, there is only one GNU MCU Eclipse Peripherals Registers viewer.

> I tried the packs and made a specific peripheral and then the peripheral open in the memory view, so it is inheriting the issues of the memory viewer?

Well, if you open the memory viewer, yes, it does not know of the registers, only the peripheral registers viewer is aware of them.



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