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Thread: DAVE v4 XMC_DEBUG XMC1200

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    Rick Nardone is on a distinguished road
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    I would like to enable the XMC_DEBUG feature in my DAVE v4 program for an XMC1200 target. I added a preprocessor define to my project for XMC_DEBUG_ENABLE.

    When I build the project, I get the following error:

    Description Resource Path Location Type
    incompatible type for argument 1 of 'printf' xmc_common.h /myTestMike/Libraries/XMCLib/inc line 74 C/C++ Problem

    I spent some time looking into DAVE v4 documentation, and searched this forum, but am unable to resolve this error. I also tried using the standard run time library, but it didn't help.

    Any suggestions on how to get he XMC_DEBUG macro working, would be greatly appreciated. This information would be useful for debugging.


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    Advanced Advanced Zain is on a distinguished road
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    Hi Richard,

    Are you referring to the semihosting feature? I'm afraid that it is not supported yet.


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    Beginner Beginner haselberger is on a distinguished road
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    Hi Rick!
    You are in the wrong preprocessor window! If you add in ARM-GCC Assembler ->Preprocessor XMC_DEBUG_ENABLE , the XMC_DEBUG("HELLO WORLD\n"); would work. But pls. be adviced to enable semihosting (
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