AN204432 FM3 FM4 Trace with μVision and ULINK Pro.pdf

AN204432
FM3, FM4 Trace with µVision and ULINK Pro
Target Product: All FM3, FM4 series with trace ports
This application notes describes how setup the trace functionality with KEIL’s µVision tool chain using the ULINK Pro
JTAG/TRACE adapter.
Contents
1
Introduction ...............................................................1
1.1
About Document ..............................................1
2
µVision Configuration ...............................................1
2.1
Configure Flash Tools… ..................................1
2.2
Debugger Configuration ...................................3
2.3
Trace Port Enable ............................................3
1
Introduction
1.1
About Document
3
Debug Session with µVision ..................................... 5
3.1
Trace Window .................................................. 5
3.2
Saving Trace Data ........................................... 6
4
Document History ..................................................... 7
This application notes describes how setup the trace functionality with KEIL’s µVision tool chain using the ULINK Pro
JTAG/TRACE adapter.
2
µVision Configuration
2.1
Configure Flash Tools…
Via the menu Flash→Configure Flash Tools… the Options for Target ‘Name’ window will open.
Within this dialog window choose the tab Debug. Then select ULINK Pro Cortex Debugger and then Settings.
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The Cortex-M Target Driver Setup window will open. Choose the Trace tab.
In this configuration window the following settings have to be adjusted mandatory:
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Core Clock (FM3: e.g. 80 MHz, FM4: e.g. 160 MHz)
Trace Port: Sync Trace Port with 4-bit Data
Trace Enable
ETM Trace Enable
The remaining settings depend on the needs of the user.
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2.2
Debugger Configuration
On the tab Debug check the SWJ box and choose SW for the Port drop down box to adjust the ULINK Pro to serial
wire debug.
2.3
Trace Port Enable
The debug ini script should be adjusted for trace usage.
A typical debug initialization script may look like the following code. The necessary trace ports and pins enable is
highlighted in dark red bold characters. These lines enable the port pins for trace. Note that at Port 0 also the JTAG
pins have to be kept (write 0x000003FF).
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Example for FM4 (MBF568R):
/* Initialization Script for Debug RAM */
FUNC void Setup (void) {
SP = _RDWORD(0x1FFF8000);
PC = _RDWORD(0x1FFF8004);
_WDWORD(0xE000ED08, 0x1FFF8000);
Register
_WDWORD(0x4006F500, 0xF07FFFFF);
_WDWORD(0x40063000, 0x000003FF);
_WBYTE(0x40063603, 0x03);
// Setup Stack Pointer
// Setup Program Counter
// Setup Vector Table Offset
// ADE.AN19...23 = 0
// PFRs for Port P00 to P09
// TRC0E, TRC1E of EPFR00
}
load %L incremental
Setup();
// Setup for Running
g, main
Example for FM3 (MBF506N):
/* Initialization Script for Debug RAM */
FUNC void Setup (void) {
SP = _RDWORD(0x1FFF8000);
PC = _RDWORD(0x1FFF8004);
_WDWORD(0xE000ED08, 0x1FFF8000);
Register
_WDWORD(0x40033000, 0x000003FF);
_WBYTE(0x40033603, 0x03);
// Setup Stack Pointer
// Setup Program Counter
// Setup Vector Table Offset
// PFRs for Port P00 to P09
// TRC0E, TRC1E of EPFR00
}
load %L incremental
Setup();
// Setup for Running
g, main
Note: FM3 and FM4 have different GPIO base addresses. The differences are shown in the table below.
Register
FM3 address
FM4 address
EPFR0
0x40033600
0x40063600
PFR0
0x40033000
0x40063000
ADE
0x4003F000
0x4006F000
Note, that the JTAG port pins must be preserved, so that the access to EPFR00 should be done for the upper byte
where the trace enable bits are located. Thus the offset for the EPFR00 base address is 3.
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Attention:
If the trace pins share analog inputs, these analog inputs
must be switched off by using the GPIO’s ADE register.
Check the pin layout, which analog inputs your device
share with these trace pins.
2.3.1
Trace Port with 2-Bit Data
If only TRACECLK, TRACED0, TRACED1 should be used by writing 0x01 to 0x40033603, Sync Trace Port with 2bit Data has to be selected in the Cortex-M Target Driver Setup dialog:
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Debug Session with µVision
3.1
Trace Window
Now the IDE and the MCU are prepared for trace usage.
Start the debug session with the µVision IDE. In the View menu choose Trace→Trace Data.
The Trace Data window will open.
In the Display combo box with the top down list choose ETM – Code Exec HLL. The ITM items use a reduced trace
functionality via the JTAG port.
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A pop up window will occur after stopping the application.
After code execution and following stop the trace window will look like the following example.
3.2
Saving Trace Data
With the disk symbol
the trace data can be exported to a CSV file.
The options are to save the full buffer a time interval or a selection of the trace window. Note, that the save process
may take some longer time, depending of the size of the trace data.
The CSV file looks like the following excerpt.
# C:/work/Trace.csv : uVision Trace Data Export - CSV
#
#
Index,Time (in s),Address / Port,Instruction / Data,Src Code / Trigger Addr,Function
"0","0.736783500",X : 0x1FFF058A," B
0x1FFF0578","
while(1)","main"
"1","0.736783500",X : 0x1FFF0578," BL.W
GetCharMfs0 (0x1FFF052E)","
u8Char = GetCharMfs0();","main"
"2","0.736783500",X : 0x1FFF052E," LDR
r0,[pc,#104] ; @0x1FFF0598","
if ((FM4_MFS0->SSR & 0xE0u) != 0u) // Check for errors PE, ORE,
FRE","GetCharMfs0"
"3","0.736783500",X : 0x1FFF054E," LDR
r0,[pc,#72] ; @0x1FFF0598","
else if (FM4_MFS0->SSR & 0x04u)
// RDRF?","GetCharMfs0"
"4","0.736783500",X : 0x1FFF0568," MOVS
r0,#0x00","
return 0u;
// Nothing received","GetCharMfs0"
"5","0.736783500",X : 0x1FFF054C," BX
lr"," }","GetCharMfs0"
"6","0.736783625",X : 0x1FFF057E," CBZ
r4,0x1FFF058A","
if ((0u != u8Char) && (0xFFu != u8Char))","main"
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Document History
Document Title: AN204432 - FM3, FM4 Trace with µVision and ULINK Pro
Document Number: 002-04432
ECN
Orig. of
Change
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MAWI
03/06/2014
Initial Release
*A
5034126
MAWI
12/02/2015
Converted Spansion Application Note “FM3_FM4_AN706-00082-1v0-E” to Cypress
format
Revision
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