The improved trace recorder library is the biggest change in Tracealyzer v3.1, at least for FreeRTOS, Micrium and SafeRTOS. We have merged snapshot and streaming support into a single recorder module that support both modes, and improved the API and documentation to make it easier to use. If you are using an older version of the [...]
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I’m using/developing an operating system that does not have Tracealyzer support. What is involved in porting Tracealyzer to my operating system?
Our Trace Recorder Library used for FreeRTOS+Trace, SafeRTOS+Trace and Micrium µC/Trace is quite easy to port, as we have made a significant effort to generalize it. All kernel-specific definitions are located in trcKernelPort.c/.h, but you need to insert instrumentation in the kernel and add new fields to the kernel object data types. We welcome new [...]
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