Embedded systems often require a careful eye to where memory resources are being
spent, especially runtime memory utilization like stack and heap memories.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://interrupt.memfault.com/blog/measuring-stack-usage
Great Post, really love it!
Do I miss something or is hit_breakpoint function never defined?
I would assume it would look something like this:
def hit_breakpoint() -> bool:
locations = 
for gdb_breakpoint in gdb.breakpoints():
for location in gdb_breakpoint.locations:
pc = int(gdb.parse_and_eval("$pc"))
if pc in locations:
Well spotted @Kaio , fixed up the example script to match the snippet in the article. Thanks for noticing the issue!
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Great article Noah. I just got hip to
cut and it looks like
gnuplot is the ideal graphing counterpart to that.
do you need to compile with -fpic if you relocate your bootloader from flash to ram?