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GDI:   Breakpoints not available in the GDI DLL

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mithunbharadwaj
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GDI: Reading From Memory Address: 0x030, count: 1

GDI: DiMemoryRead()==> DI_OK

GDI: 00

GDI: Writing To Memory Address: 0x028, count: 2

GDI: 00 00

GDI: DiMemoryWrite()==> DI_OK

GDI: Reading From Memory Address: 0x028, count: 2

GDI: DiMemoryRead()==> DI_OK

GDI: 00 00

GDI: DiExecSingleStep(1)==> DI_OK

GDI: Reading From Memory Address: 0x0FC70, count: 1

GDI: DiMemoryRead()==> DI_OK

GDI: 06

GDI: Writing To Memory Address: 0x0FC70, count: 1

GDI: 00

GDI: DiMemoryWrite()==> DI_OK

GDI: Reading From Memory Address: 0x0FC70, count: 1

GDI: DiMemoryRead()==> DI_OK

GDI: 06

GDI: Breakpoints not available in the GDI DLL.

GDI: Writing To Memory Address: 0x02A, count: 1

 

 

This is part of the command window output.


I am trying to debug on the target. Even if i set a breakpoint It is not encountered.

 

The breakpoints is set at address 0x0FC70, The flow of PC does not stop after encountering breakpoint.

 

I am using codewarrior IDE version 5.9.0 build 5294


GDI: Breakpoints not available in the GDI DLL.



How to enable breakpoints??

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Rick_Li
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Please let me know your target MCU's partnumber.

and please also let me know steps on reproducing this problem.

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mithunbharadwaj
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The target is S12G48

When i give debug in the codewarrior, the True-time simulator and real time debugger window opens.

Here go to source window and set a break point.

Then reset the target.

Now give start/ continue.

At this stage, In the command window the breakpoint if created and encountered, will be displayed.

In my case break point is not encountered and i get the message given below.


GDI: Breakpoints not available in the GDI DLL.

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Rick_Li
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

it seems the problem is caused by some problem of your own code.

I can't reproduce the problem with your steps.

please upload your application here for my further investigating.

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mithunbharadwaj
Contributor I

I think i have found the problem source.

The derivative ID is 0x1C5,

But it is shown as (Unknown) 0x1C5 in the Real-time Debugger window.

This is preventing the breakpoints from being set.

I need updated configuration file for selecting the MC9S12G48 MCU.

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