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Thread: XC164CS Memory corruption when debugging

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    New Member New Member kornelio is on a distinguished road
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    XC164CS Memory corruption when debugging

    Hi, this is the first time that I face this kind of problem:

    in my XC164CS application, while debugging with DAS miniWiggler without setting breakpoints and halting the execution manually certain range of memory are corrupted.

    If I set some breakpoints this phenomenon doesn't happen.

    Anybody have encountered a similar problem? Is there a workaround?

    Thanky you,

    kind regards

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    Beginner Beginner AES is on a distinguished road
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    Hello Kornelio,

    this sound like a timing issue. I don't know the "DAS miniWiggler" but is it possible to trace some data?
    Can you create a breakpoint like "Break and resume" or "Break after the functions was reached e.g. 10 times?

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