LPCXpresso Debugger

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by MikeSimmonds on Mon Sep 17 01:12:25 MST 2012
[SIZE=2][FONT=Tahoma]When debugging (with LPCXpresso 4.3.2) does it always burn to flash (assuming load = true) when internal flash is the target address even if the source code is unchanged?

This obviously wastes erase cycles and takes longer to get going. :(

Or is the debugger smart enough to compare current contents with the potential download image (constructed from the axf/elf file) and skip the pointless step.

What if one wants to flash regardless (I can't think why, but some -- perverse -- individual may want so to do).

Obviously, one can flip 'Load' on and off by hand, but this is a pain (in the ;)) and errors are just waiting to happen if you forget when the image [I]has[/I] changed.

Perhaps the 'load' configuration item should have an 'if changed' setting along with true/false.

Regards, Mike[/FONT][/SIZE]