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  • Ok, I have removed the connection cable and it works without a problem, it seems that cable needs PUP anyway, I am still after the idea of how to use , program both modules without need of removing the connection cable ? I wish this could be simply done within the software Best.

  • Hello all, I have tried to flash testing version of my program via nrf52dk and its SWD pins to the module and it worked, however, now that I have disconnected (yes the pins are lifted as it was before I have started to use the module via SW) this module and I wanted to work back on the nrf52dk, but the segger em cannot find the JLink connection anymore, it is keep asking me, if I want to use the simulator, I have as well tried to connected to the target manually in the Target menu and I get anot…

  • Hello all, I got across a strange problem. Although the file, namely nrf_log_frontend.c does exist in the SDK folders, the emStudio says it does not. Confused, have a look at the picture! Any idea what could be wrong? Sorry, if this is a problem that should be address by nordic. Any help is much appreciated! Best.forum.segger.com/index.php/Att…9502100f164b1ec8e6bde24f5

  • Hello , I guess this is a simple task, however, I got to a trouble The .h file was added manually to the Dependencies of the main.c however, the program does not want to compile, so, it has to be removed. Does any of you have an ideas what would be the easiest way to do that? I am trying to understand what are the "include paths" where can I find them? Best.

  • Hello Lucas, thank you for your reply, I have tried what you are suggesting to do, but no luck. Would you please say more about the second step? Namely where I find the "header file" that you are talking about here: #ifndef MAIN_H #define MAIN_H #ifdef MAIN_C #define EXTERN #else #define EXTERN extern #endif EXTERN int MyGlobal; #endif Thank you and I am looking forward to your reply. Best

  • Hello all After several weeks of using the Segger EM studio and nRF52DK I have finally got to see some results ! Anyway, I have basic problems, I guess this is normal, as far as I have read about the global variables. For example, I have created the global variables within the main, where the access to the sensor is made (EG. Word Data1, Data2, Data3). This works just fine when I am within the range of main(), however, to keep it nice and neatly, I have started to move the code to separate files…

  • I have found that Y zooming ... if someone goes to the the so-called watch windows then each RTT variables can be zoomed when clicking on the right button on the mouse etc. indeed, there is not more problem also with the values, it seems OK, however, still interested to hear how to make the draw line less thick Best.

  • Hello all, First of all I am new to this anyway, the nrf52DK is used to read the sensors values via the i2c or twi ... all good when the whole debugging works ... however, in most cases the JLink has to be reset within the SES or reconnected , etc. the board has to be reseted to get the debugging working... 1st question: is it even "allowed" to use the ses debugger terminal along with the RTT, like JScope? If so, from where to code is run, ok, it is compiled and flashed in the ses, however, shou…

  • Hello all I am using ses for ARM and nrf52DK, recently I have started to use the RTT and JScope, so far so good, however, I would like to ZOOM on the Y axis. Sorry, if I have not read the manuals thoroughly, however, I cannot find that option, any one? Indeed, once the JScope is started the zoom appears to be ok, however, once the values increase the viewing zoom it is no way to get back to the beginning levels, or is it? The zoom on x axis is easy with a mouse wheel ... In addition, is there a …

  • Hello and thank you, founded, now looking at the manual, I guess the J-Scope can be used with the Nordic semi nRF52DK ?

  • Hello all, I am trying to use the J-Scope, however, I am not sure where the actually program is, nor how to start the program? I am using J-Link V6.40 with the uVision5 and ARM M0 based uC on windows 10. Any help is much appreciated! Best.

  • Hello Nino I have managed to compile the #include due to the preprocessor setup , however, now I want to use the library, but I cannot, I get the "undefined reference " to the method I am trying to call when compiling ... Any ideas what am I doing wrong this time? BR.

  • Hello all, I am having problems with uploading/downloading the code in the Segger Embedded Studio (SES) to the dev board, I am working on the ETA Compute M3 EVB .. So, does any of you have an idea where to look at how to actually make sure that I am uploading/downloading ... compiling the modified code correctly, For example: 1) after following the F7 keystroke ... the ES reports Build complete, after F5, SES reports Download successful 2) after pressing the "green arrow" button on the upper lef…

  • Hello Nino, thank you for your reply, I have checked as you suggested, both projects, that I have compared and both inherits are enabled, nonetheless, I have included the path to the file and tried to build, this time there was no more issue with the "eta_bsp.h" , however, now the "ei_config_types.h" is missing. I am not really where such an approach ends Maybe I am not looking at the right place, is there a way to share the files with you, shall the file be upload up here? Looking forward to yo…

  • Hello all, this question is probably off, or too simple, however, I am trying to find a solution... I am using two SDKs one over the other, these are actually firmwares for the eta-compute sensor board which I would like to program via the Segger IDE. I have had compilesd and built the emProject via the cmake.. indeed, cmake works without any errors ... however, somehow, when I load the emProject into the Segger IDE I cannot compile, build it, and the error is apparently in missing the path to t…

  • Hello All In 2020 I have managed to read the serial port with the ETC Compute sensor board and JLInk EDU mini via the terminal emulator on MAC OSX Sierra just fine. The new SDK requires from me to move on to Linux and this is what I have done, so now I am on Ubuntu 20.04 and installed the new SDK including the emStudio 5.34 ... Compilation and upload works very good, however, I cannot sort out the serial port, for example, although I have enabled the terminal emulator in emStudio according to th…

  • [SOLVED] Using the JLink

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    Hello Fabian and thank you for your reply! I got it working, the problem was in addressing the right USB port, namely the device for the terminal emulator, which is working just fine within the Seg. EM studio, no need for other software like "putty", etc for example, I had to exchange the port address... like " /dev/tty.usbserial-AB0JPR8Z " and it works now , like a charm In general, I wanted to print out to the terminal, because the printf() was already supplied with that in mind... Thank you a…

  • [SOLVED] Using the JLink

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    Hello all, I am trying to read the printout from the ES IDE via the JLink edu mini. Indeed, I have successfully used the RTT Viewer and accompanied examples, etc. But, the original example, code, that I would like to printout is written to print out to the Putty, which I do not have, nor have used it in past. However, I got the printf() and RTTViwer going quite well, therefore, I am wondering how to use the JLink, etc . and print out here? Has any of you done that before, or is this just impossi…

  • I have managed to put the "preprocessor" together, but manually, which is a bit cumbersome, therefore, I am wondering, if there is a way to put one line , namely the directory of the SDK, so that its subdirectories are automatically included?

  • Dear Nino Thank you for the reply. Please see below. Quote from SEGGER - Nino: “1. Add your C/C++ and/or asm source files to your projects (in ES you can do that with drag and drop from your filesystem) 2. Add header files to user include directories, so the IDE knows where header files are (in ES project option Preprocessor->User include directories ) 3. Last but not least make sure that your C/C++ source files include the correct header files. ” Re. 1.: I have tried as you have suggested, but …