A new RTOS trace tool

January 08, 2013

JackGanssle-January 08, 2013

The next screen shows how the tool can display the value of a counting semaphore or size of a queue:

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Want to know the real-time relationship of various entities in your code? That's available as well:

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A huge number of filters make it easy to get more detailed views.

The Tracealyzer needs to know quite a bit about the RTOS. Currently versions are available for FreeRTOS, OpenRTOS, SafeRTOS, RTXC Quadros, and On Time RTOS-32. Prices range from $2k for the most capable version to free for a stripped down product useable with FreeRTOS.

Our applications are getting more complex all of the time, but tools like these make it easier to peer inside the code's behavior.

Jack G. Ganssle is a lecturer and consultant on embedded development issues. He conducts seminars on embedded systems and helps companies with their embedded challenges, and works as an expert witness on embedded issues. Contact him at jack@ganssle.com. His website is www.ganssle.com.

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