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    Enabling Semihosting for TriCore App

    Hello, I'm new to MCU programming in general so I apologize if this actually a very basic procedure. I would like to output printf() messages to a debug console using UDE. Any help regarding this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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    Hi Abhijeet,

    Quote Originally Posted by pska View Post
    Hello, I'm new to MCU programming in general so I apologize if this actually a very basic procedure. I would like to output printf() messages to a debug console using UDE. Any help regarding this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
    You will first need to copy two sources from within the AURIX board support packages:
    • <tools>\bsp\tricore\common\src\simio_pls_tc.c
    • <tools>\bsp\common\h\simio_pls.h
    And add these to your project. Then rebuild your project and reload it into your UDE debugger. In here you must then select the 'Views > Simulated I/O' and you're good to go.

    If you're a first time user of our tools then it may be wise to first try one of our examples on your target. These can be found using the following steps:
    1. Select 'File > New > Example...' Wizard
    2. Select 'HighTec Examples' and press Next
    3. Expand the 'TriCore Free Entry Toolchain' Tree
    You can now select an example for the specific development board that you are using. Note I'm specifically referring to these examples because they include relevant files of our board support packages, which you'll also need. I also recommend you take a look at the following documentation:
    • <tools>\docs\eclipse-quickstart-en.pdf
    In part it explains what I have already outlined just now, but in a more detailed fashion.

    Best regards,

    Henk-Piet Glas
    Principal Technical Specialist

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