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AN73212 - Debugging with PSoC® 1

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Jun 26, 2020
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AN73212 introduces the elements of the PSoC® 1 debugger system and explains how to configure and use them effectively. Several common debugging techniques are described to help you solve common problems, such as stack overflow and memory corruption. A troubleshooting guide is included.

Introduction

The purpose of this application note is to introduce the hardware and software debugger elements available in PSoC1 and to describe several common debugging techniques.

The primary hardware elements of the debugging system are an In-Circuit Emulator (ICE) and a debug pod with an on chip debugger (OCD) enabled PSoC1 device. Those elements, and instructions on configuring and using them, are described in the Debugging Hardware section of this application note.

For a quick start with debugging look here



PSoC 1 Getting Started Debugging - Part 1 - The Hardware

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PSoC 1 Getting Started Debugging - Part 2 - The PSoC Designer

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