|Subject:||Re: [avr-gcc-list] eeprom usage - Measuring duration of function calls|
|Date:||Thu, 31 Oct 2002 14:22:28 -0800|
>An easy way to measure the duration/length of a function call is to use AVR Studio. Set the clock speed correctly and then, using the View->Processor window combined with appropriately placed breakpoints, you can use the Stopwatch and cycle counter to measure length.
>There are a few limitations with the implementation of some eeprom and SPM type delays etc but unless you're doing significant eeprom work, this usually gives a reliable indication of runtimes.
I like AVR Studio but since my projects have been over 1000 lines or so I have got errors when trying to load the coff files into AVR Studio:
"unable to open sourcefile" "error in coff file"
I haven't figured out the difference between a working coff and a non-working one yet! Anyone else have this error?
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