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    Hi, Check the Semihosting chapter in the JLink...

    Hi,

    Check the Semihosting chapter in the JLink user manual.
    Additionally you can check https://wiki.segger.com/Semihosting (specially the section Baremetal Semihosting with Ozone)
    This link...
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    Hi, Any interrupt will wake your device, i.e....

    Hi,

    Any interrupt will wake your device, i.e. periodic interrupt or external pin interrupt.
    Check the XMCLib distribution examples, i.e. XMCLib\examples\XMC1400_series\SCU\SCU_WAKEUP

    Regards,...
  3. Hi, In CAN_BSL mode the user can download...

    Hi,

    In CAN_BSL mode the user can download their program into SRAM, starting at address 0x20000200. After the program is received and stored, the start-up software will run the userís program at...
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    Hi, Check...

    Hi,

    Check http://dave.infineon.com/xmedia/Micrium/ucProbe_XMC_Getting_started.zip

    Regards,
    Jesus
  5. Hi, Just File>Open and browse to the .gpdsc...

    Hi,

    Just File>Open and browse to the .gpdsc file with the "All Files (*.*)" filter enabled.

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, You can use as input for the capture event...

    Hi,

    You can use as input for the capture event the SCU_GSC4x signals that get activated by writing to SCU_GENRAL->CCUCON register or using XMC_SCU_SetCcuTriggerHigh()/XMC_SCU_SetCcuTriggerLow().
    ...
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    Hi, I would recommend you openBLT,...

    Hi,

    I would recommend you openBLT, https://www.feaser.com/openblt/doku.php?id=homepage

    Regards,
    Jesus
  8. Hi, You need to open the .gpdsc file directly...

    Hi,

    You need to open the .gpdsc file directly from Keil MDK.

    Regards,
    Jesus
  9. Hi, Have a look to GUI_SEGGERLIBRARY APP in...

    Hi,

    Have a look to GUI_SEGGERLIBRARY APP in DAVE4.
    Otherwise you could have a look to the lvgl project.

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, At 0x0C00 0000 should be located the...

    Hi,

    At 0x0C00 0000 should be located the vector table. The first 4 bytes are the stack pointer. According to your vector table the microcontroller will jump to the address stored in the reset...
  11. Thread: Vadc fifo

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    Hi, It is not possible according to note in...

    Hi,

    It is not possible according to note in the reference manual: "Note: If enabled, a result interrupt is generated for each data word in the FIFO."
    If you would use a queue conversion request...
  12. Hi, The Linux source code provides an...

    Hi,

    The Linux source code provides an implementation, https://elixir.bootlin.com/linux/latest/source/lib/crc8.c

    Regards,
    Jesus
  13. Hi, We support SAE J1850 CRC8 polynomial: 0x1D...

    Hi,

    We support SAE J1850 CRC8 polynomial: 0x1D - x8 +x4 +x3 +x2 +1.

    Regards,
    Jesus
  14. June 2019: New Release of XMCLib v2.1.22

    Today we published new DAVE4.4.2 update site.
    You should see an update available notification next time you open DAVE4.
    The update site updates DEVICE_PACK to v2.2.6, which as a major change...
  15. Hi Enzo, The disturb occurs only among the...

    Hi Enzo,

    The disturb occurs only among the adjacent logical sectors in the same physical sector.



    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, Check the stack size of the timer thread… ...

    Hi,

    Check the stack size of the timer thread…

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, The __VFP_FP__ and __SOFTFP__ are macros...

    Hi,

    The __VFP_FP__ and __SOFTFP__ are macros predefined by the compiler itself depending on the command line options.
    You can check them by adding the compiler options ' -dM -E'...
  18. Hi, Can you check the AP32289 -...

    Hi,

    Can you check the AP32289 - XMC1000/XMC4000 - Position Interface(POSIF) and its associated code in the XMC4000 at...
  19. Hi, What do you mean by "without success"?...

    Hi,

    What do you mean by "without success"? Anyway it is recommend the second option because a logical sector erase operation disturbs flash cells in adjacent logical sectors.

    Regards,
    Jesus.
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    Hi, XMC4 is implemented as little endian...

    Hi,

    XMC4 is implemented as little endian processor. Therefore any uint32_t variable would be stored in memory in little endian format.
    You can use the __REV() intrinsic to store a number in a...
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    Hi, The flash can only be erased with sector...

    Hi,

    The flash can only be erased with sector granularity.

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, In the non working situation, which other...

    Hi,

    In the non working situation, which other interrupts do you have in your system? which priorities? I guess the SPI TX interrupt is not being executed because of other interrupts in your...
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    Hi, Currently you need to use the XMCLib....

    Hi,

    Currently you need to use the XMCLib. Otherwise in the next DAVE APPs release in June we are adding to new APPs, ENCODER_POSIF and HALL_POSIF.

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Hi, No, the debugger will not have access...

    Hi,

    No, the debugger will not have access after a successful call to XMC_FLASH_VerifyReadProtection() with the correct password.
    Yes, the read protection also enables the write protection.

    ...
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    Hi, Yes, this should temporarily disable the...

    Hi,

    Yes, this should temporarily disable the flash write protection.


    Regards,
    Jesus
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