I am using FVP for Cortex R52 :
Debug connection is working fine, but I am facing issue that debugging is only possible in Disassembly, not with the Debug symbols. I checked my compilation :
armclang.exe --target=arm-arm-none-eabi -march=armv8-r -marm -mcpu=Cortex-R52 -xc -std=c99 -O0 -g -gdwarf-3 -MD -MP -c -o
with this no Debug symbols, I could verify when I run
fromelf.exe Debug01.axf , there is no links to source files etc.
Can you please help in solving this issue, I am using Arm Development Studio IDE :
Version: 2021.2Build: 202120914
Hi AvinashMy name is Stephen and I work at Arm. As a first step, please try the ready-made "startup_Cortex-R52" example that is supplied with Arm DS, viaFile > Import > Arm Development Studio > Examples and Programming LibrariesI tried to reproduce what you are seeing by using that example as a basis, with your compile-line, but I was able to debug at source-level as expected (see screenshot).One possible cause of what you are seeing is that the debugger has loaded the debug symbols for Hypervisor H: state, but your application code is running in another state, e.g. Secure S: or Normal (or Non-secure) N: states.You must load symbols for the state in which your application runs, with e.g.add-symbol-file your.axf N:0Your compile-line could be simplified from:armclang.exe --target=arm-arm-none-eabi -march=armv8-r -marm -mcpu=Cortex-R52 -xc -std=c99 -O0 -g -gdwarf-3 -MD -MP -c -otoarmclang --target=arm-arm-none-eabi -marm -mcpu=Cortex-R52 -xc -std=c99 -O0 -g -MD -MP -c -o(Specify either -march or -mcpu, but not both. And there's probably no need for you to specify a dwarf version explicitly).To view the debug information in an executable, use:"fromelf -g your.axf"Hope this helps