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I have a pretty generic question about measuring the memory resources on the board in real time when some code (algo) is running on my stm32 board. are there some specific ways to do it?
- Either by C code insertion?
- Using some simulator to simulate the memory behavior in real time?
maybe I misinterpret my question. I am interested in basically the stack and heap usage in real time
Are you using Trace from the STM32 board? Also, which Arm tool are you using, Keil MDK or Arm DS-5?
No I am not aware of this method (using trace from the stm32 board?). I am using gcc-arm-none-eabi tool chain with eclipse.
However, I am trying to get memory statistics using mbed.
Ah, not my area, then. I'll try and find someone from the GNU tools team to help, or maybe someone from the community can jump in?