4.2.3. Lauterbach Trace32 debugger

Some information can be found in tools/debugger/lauterbach/commands.md. Please carefully read the basic manual for Lauterbach.

After setting up the hardware connection you should be able to load the Trace32 application. For details on where to find a ready configuration for foxBMS 2, please refer to Section 3.1.13.

Buttons in the Lauterbach Trace32 environment

Fig. 4.7 Most relevant buttons in Trace32 from left to right: Select ELF file, Download ELF to target, Load symbols, Unload symbols, Up and Go the target, Up the target, Down the target

Fig. 4.7 shows the most relevant buttons in Trace32. For a normal download onto the target with a subsequent debug session you have to select the ELF file, then set the target to “Up”-state, download the ELF file onto the target and then press the “Up and Go”-button in order to reset the target and start with an attached debugger. Using a trace probe

Lauterbach supplies in addition to the debug probes also a trace probe for the TMS570LC4357 target. Please refer to their customer support for details.

The setup of Fraunhofer IISB consists of a LA-3505 debugger connected to a LA-3580 trace probe with the LA-7992 parallel preprocessor for ARM/Cortex architectures. foxBMS 2 features a compliant Mictor-38 connector in order to be able to connect trace ports with up to 8 bit. If you need more bandwidth, please contact us. The standard design can be adapted to up to 32 bit trace bandwidth.