[Solved] Viewing Peripheral (memory-mapped) Registers

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    • [Solved] Viewing Peripheral (memory-mapped) Registers


      I'm using an STM32F415. I am not using SES to build only to to debug an externally generated .elf file.

      There is this from the manual:

      The Registers window shows the set of register groups defined in the memory-map file the application was built with. If there is no memory-map file associated with a project, the Registers window will show only the CPU registers.

      This described what I am seeing but where do I find a memory-map file and how do I associated with my project? I did tell the project which processor I am using so I was surprised that it did not know about the registers.



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