It is so easy to place a function in RAM when you use IAR EWARM, all you have to do is put one magical word. Then, EWARM do automatically handle the function and place it in RAM. Now, how about MCUXpresso IDE? that is a GCC environment, how can you do that? This time, I will give you a hint how you can place a function in RAM in case of GCC environment.Read more
Tag: MCUXpresso IDE
How to include a linkable object in your project?
I posted how to convert a binary file into a linkable object file in the earlier post, but I didn’t show you how to take it in a project. This time, I will show you how to take such a converted linkable object in your project.Read more
Very Easy and useful! Power debug on MCUXpresso IDE
It has past a quite a long time since the last post, but I finally got time so I post a new article. This time, I introduce an unique feature, which is a power debugging on MCUXpresso IDE. The power debug doesn’t give you a powerful debugging, but you can monitor a dynamic power consumption and it is visualized on MCUXpresso window.Read more
Want to convert a binary data to ARM object file?You can do it easy.
Don’t you want sometimes to have object files such as images to display and an audio sound data to play, do you? you need to convert it from binary to ARM object file. All the time, it didn’t work for me at all and I was scratching my head!Read more
A piece of cake! Just try ITM printf debug on FRDM-K64F!
As a dynamic analysis method of application, I have wrote about printf debugging in the past, but this time also gives you tips about printf debugging.Read more