Live Q&A - Instrumenting Embedded Applications
Dave Marples - Watch Now - Duration: 27:37
09:29:08 From Stephane to Dave Marples(Direct Message) : https://embeddedonlineconference.com/speaker/Dave_Marples 09:35:44 From Keith J : Love what you guys are doing Dave. I do see a lot of expansion of the parallel output as unlikely as the cost of pins is kind of high. What you guys are doing with the SWO is awesome. 09:38:18 From BobF : Impressive. You highlight FPGA - AMD or INTEL ? PS: Note for amendment Slide 31 - it’s an FGPGA! 09:43:54 From Luke Moll : Apologies if this has been covered/answered already - where can the supporting files for the target be found (to send data to the ITM) as used in the examples? 09:44:23 From Quantum Leaps : Do the standard eval boards expose all the necessary pins? How about NUCLEO boards, for example? 09:44:23 From Jim Norton : Nice scope in the background! 09:44:57 From Keith J : So just scanning the site you mentioned, haven't had time to read yet, but did I see that you support Blackmagic probes? As I have one of those already. 09:50:08 From Simon Smith : Mike not working sorry. I bumped into you at the ARM Hitex conference and found this presentation much easier to follow. Our HW guys have only fitted a 6 pin connector on our boards (JTDI, NJTRST, JTDO-TSWO, SWCLK, SWDIOP, NRST, 3v3). Would Orbuculum work on it? How does it compare with tools such as SystemView or Tracealyzer with a J-Link? 09:50:22 From Luke Moll : If you were able to hook into the RTOS context switch and add ITM messages, would the bandwidth (SWO) be suitable to reconstruct the task execution on the PC? 09:50:22 From Jim Norton : Why do so many EE's not understand the usefulness of an UART? 09:50:27 From Keith J : Thanks Dave. Very interesting project. Would have never heard about it except for EoC! 09:50:27 From Jim Norton : :-) 09:51:14 From Luke Moll : Also - what's the overhead for logging compared to a UART or SEGGER RTT? 09:52:10 From BobF : IEEE Commag morphed into the IEEE IoT journal ? 09:52:15 From Simon Smith : Replying to "Mike not working s..." Thanks. Do you have a getting started tutorial? I looked at Discord, and it was too detailed to understand. 09:53:25 From Jim Norton : Hhahaha 09:55:58 From Luke Moll : Thanks for the talk + Q&A, will be looking for opportunities to use this at work :) 09:56:14 From Jim Norton : Do you believe RISC V will catch up with ARM? 09:57:13 From Jim Norton : Thank you very much! 09:58:50 From Charles Miller : Thank you Dave. Great project.