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    Sticky: because of the lack of proper debug support I...

    because of the lack of proper debug support I jumped to
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    Sticky: Ability to debug is key to develop quality...

    Ability to debug is key to develop quality applications. I can't see how this is surpassed by other priority items.
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    What would be required to be able to single step...

    What would be required to be able to single step through source code inside an Eclipse IDE using the latest Tinsy (3.6?) verion?
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    om...

    om http://www.stm32duino.com/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=522&start=90 by stevech Tue Feb 23, 2016 7:59 pm states:
    Maybe someone else knows of how to do real SWD debugging with free or cheap.
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    So does it allow code inline debugging full...

    So does it allow code inline debugging full fletched with variable values etc etc?
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    any idea by when?

    any idea by when?
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    So you are getting there: good for you! Could...

    So you are getting there: good for you!

    Could you make a summary of all the settings and hyperterm used or telnet etc so that the essence or conclusion of this thread is captured for `human...
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    So can somebody show this "greenhorn" how to...

    So can somebody show this "greenhorn" how to proper debug for $20? A video will do or a good tutorial or both...
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    Making your own C programs for the ESP8266 :...

    Making your own C programs for the ESP8266 : https://youtu.be/pWo-ErpVZC4

    making an image and download from scratch : getting all the utilities etc etc etc

    @Frank : excelent suggestion to Use...
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    Wellll I have to admit that I have been in the...

    Wellll I have to admit that I have been in the same situation where ut was obvious that an I2C chip had to ad least ACK it's address on the bus but the component seem to be dead in the water: it...
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    okeee, got you. than flashing (as suggested...

    okeee, got you.

    than flashing (as suggested before) a version that does work might be the best option for @onehorse and go grom there: make little increments in terms of adding new functionallity...
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    How do you hook up a virgin ESP at hardware level...

    How do you hook up a virgin ESP at hardware level in order to get the above results Frank?
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    It is hard to justify $450 to proper debug a $20...

    It is hard to justify $450 to proper debug a $20 Teensy board, when 99% (or more) of ll the code used s Open Source including Eclipse, RTOS, GCC etc etc.

    You can't develop a proper RTOS...
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    Why is debugging so expensive?

    I am seriously considering hopping over to PIC32 just for one reason: I do want to have free limitless debugging facilities on also a FreeRTOS kernel on a PIC32 that has similar features. Main...
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    @onehorse Have you read...

    @onehorse Have you read http://www.instructables.com/id/Getting-Started-with-the-ESP8266-ESP-12/step3/Make-the-connections/ ? Seems like they have to ground a few unexpected pins in order to get it...
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    get yourself a Buspirate to communicate to a...

    get yourself a Buspirate to communicate to a serial TTL UART. Cheap and very simple configuration of port setting through a simple interactive menu instead of tinkering by building a new image...
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    I think the AMS magnetic rotary encoders are...

    I think the AMS magnetic rotary encoders are briljant: there is one out there that will generate up to 500 pulses per revolution : that in combo with a SPI/I2C (not sure) using these pulses to be...
  18. So what kind of signal is coming out: you have a...

    So what kind of signal is coming out: you have a choice of a sinus and inverse sinus + cosinus and inverse cosinus ( so both balanced ) or a square wave output: is every sinus equals to one square...
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    which output form is provided: you can have sinus...

    which output form is provided: you can have sinus or even square wave signals: the last one would be ideal to be processed by a Teensy: Analog output? Not sure. do'm know the conversion rate is...
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    Sticky: Interrupts short and simple: Good programming...

    Interrupts short and simple: Good programming practices
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    In other words : more a 9600 baud serial cable...

    In other words : more a 9600 baud serial cable replacer? :)
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    ESP8266 does not support incomming connections?

    ESP8266 does not support incomming connections?
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    There is a forum...

    There is a forum forum on the ESP8266 with interesting topics
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    Sticky: ESP8266 (https://nurdspace.nl/ESP8266) is a...

    ESP8266 is a complete and self-contained Wi-Fi network solutions which cost around $5

    A Guide To Using ESP8266 With TEENSY 3

    suggestion per posting: provide short description besides a few...
  25. I don't understand this part: Do you may...

    I don't understand this part:



    Do you may be mean use the plugin a seperate Eclipse executable for Arduino/Teensy and an other Eclipse for ie Java?




    where to find this?
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  27. using printfs for debugging is compared to using...

    using printfs for debugging is compared to using breakpoints in your source code like well mmm : painting your entrance hall through a letter opening/plate in your front door ... because you will be...
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    Sticky: This is actually quite nifty: being able to use...

    This is actually quite nifty: being able to use Teensy's JTAG pins so that your Eclipse IDE will allow you to single step through your source code on the target board itself and setting breakpoint...
  29. There is somebody that hacked the Teensy board to...

    There is somebody that hacked the Teensy board to get access to the JTAG lines so that debugging from Eclipse on the target becomes possible:
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    can you provide all you code?

    can you provide all you code?
  31. Capture image from HD 700TVL 3.6mm Objektiv SONY CCD Effio-E CCTV Camera?

    Hi,

    I would like to capture frames or pictures/images from this nifty small powerfull and affordable CCTV camera which as far as I can find has at the minimum a Video (PAL/NTSC) output plus audio...
  32. Is there a way to see what you have changed in...

    Is there a way to see what you have changed in your code to solve the overrun problems?

    BTW: I have used Track which is a code repository + ticket system + Wiki all integrated : right now this...
  33. Sticky: I would have a serious look at Eclipse because it...

    I would have a serious look at Eclipse because it is used in so many diff env: from Java, C etc etc and used even in professional environments so it would be another plus on your CV.

    And I guess...
  34. Sticky: Cool. Ever seen this? ...

    Cool.

    Ever seen this? http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/Bus_Pirate vry handy for this serial stuff

    I am soooo green on Teensy : I bought the board 3 months ago and it is still in it's...
  35. Suggestion: could the ISR code for the reading...

    Suggestion: could the ISR code for the reading and writing be combined into one piece of code that handles both the reading and writing by checking the control register (which will reflect a specific...
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    This means that all the data in the UART's read...

    This means that all the data in the UART's read FIFO can inserted into the read ring buffer in a single ISR to minimize interrupt overhead,

    and also several bytes can be written from the shared...
  37. Sticky: @defragster : I think it is better to start a...

    @defragster : I think it is better to start a brand new thread specific on ISR code design guide lines or best practices and use a UART as an example: it is far from trivial understanding the true...
  38. Sticky: Hi All, It would be nice to have this in some...

    Hi All,

    It would be nice to have this in some sort of Wiki page or something to have an up to date list: no need to read every posting when a better suggestion is made on the intial post which is...
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    processing data from UART

    Hi All,

    I just registered so this my very first posting. I am a bit of a "greenhorn"...

    Although this is quite an old posting and it has been discussed in at least 2 threads, I do want to make...
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