SEGGER's embOS plug-in for Rowley CrossWorks provides embOS awareness during debugging sessions. This enables you to inspect the state of several embOS primitives such as the tasks and created embOS objects. Moreover, the embOS plug-in allows you to monitor not only the active tasks, but also inactive tasks, too.
The source code window, the disassembly window, the register window, and the call stack window of the Rowley CrossWorks debugger are task sensitive. This means they display the current position in the code, the content of the general-purpose registers and the call stack for the selected task. By default, the selected task is the running task, which is the usual behavior that the user expects from a debugger. You may, however, examine any task by double-clicking on the corresponding row in the plug-in window. The selected task will be highlighted and the call stack and preserved general-purpose registers of the suspended task are rebuilt.
embOS object lists
In addition to the task list, the plug-in provides for all embOS objects if Rowley CrossWorks version 4.2.0 or greater is used. These lists can be activated individually and show information specific to the embOS objects.