Eclipse Embedded Systems Register View
displays special function Registers (SFRs) while debugging
|License||GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)|
|Updated on||Sep 21, 2015|
Framed right for observing and modifying memory values of implanted devices, this Eclipse Plugin offers a structured display of the special functions registers (SFR).
During restoration, the register values are presented in the Hexadecimal (HEX) and Binary (Bin) column of the view.
Changes in the peripheral registers values are probable through Editing in the Binary column via BitButtons, correction in the Hex column by choosing an analysis from a ComboBox in the Hex column
Here the EmbSysRegView can work with several 32 bit target that stores data in little endian byte order and maps it registers into memory address space.
In added words, if you discover your registers in the CDT Memory View, the RegisterView will also work with that device assuming that a chip xml account is accessible.
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