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Debugging ARM Cortex-M0+ HardFaults

Friday, January 20th, 2017

Erich Styger has written an article on debugging a hard fault on an ARM Cortex-M0+ device: To me, one of the most frustrating things working with ARM Cortex-M cores are the hard fault exceptions. I have lost several hours this week debugging and tracking an instance of a hard fault on...

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Tutorial: Using GNU profiling (gprof) with ARM Cortex-M

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Erich Styger of MCUonEclipse writes, "I have published a Sneak Preview how GNU gprof profiling looks for an embedded target ARM Cortex-M in an earlier post. This tutorial explains how to profile an embedded application (no RTOS needed) on ARM Cortex-M devices with GNU gprof. Additionally I explain the inner...

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Video course: Embedded C Programming with ARM Cortex-M

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Viswa found this online video course, "Embedded C Programming with ARM Cortex-M." The series of videos from Modern Embedded Programming is designed to acquaint beginners with C programming with modern MCUs such as the ARM Cortex-M. The examples use the Stellaris Launchpad and the IDE is the IAR embedded workbench...

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