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Debug build too big? Embedded Studio’s new semihosting moves workload to the debugger and reduces program size.

With Semihosting the standard I/O operations are supported. While most tool chains let the embedded target do the work of formatting strings in their printf() implementation, Embedded Studio has the option (according to the SEGGER Semihosting standard) to do this in the debugger, saving valuable code size on the target. Read more about host-based formatting for smallest embedded applications in the SEGGER wiki.

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2020
Jun.26
Debugging the dual-core NXP i.MX RT600 with the one and only SEGGER J-Link

How to maintain a debug session of two cores at the same time, with the same probe, in two different IDEs/debuggers with only the SEGGER J-Link?

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