How does one get a backtrace in LPCXpresso?

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by Fklein23 on Tue Jul 22 14:07:18 MST 2014
I am running the free version of LPCXpresso v7.2.0, Build 153, 2014-05-19
We are cross-developing under Windows 8.

I am new to this eclipse platform, and cannot figure out how to get a backtrace.
I am a lot more familiar with command-line gdb under Linux. If I could see the command window, I could just type "bt".
But I can't figure out how to display the command line.

I need to be able to determine from where a function call originated. I know there are additional difficulties with backtracing from inside an exception handler, but that question can wait until another day.

Anyone out there know the "secret handshake" for teasing a simple function call backtrace out of this system?