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System Workbench is an Eclipse-based IDE developed by the AC6 in partnership with ST.
 
System Workbench is an Eclipse-based IDE developed by the AC6 in partnership with ST.
 
 
 
=Setup for J-Link Debug=
 
=Setup for J-Link Debug=
 
The setup for debugging your target with J-Link probes is exactly the same as for an Eclipse IDE project. For further information on how to setup your debugging environment please see [https://wiki.segger.com/Eclipse|Eclipse] or [https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-link/technology/ides/system-workbench-for-stm32/|System Workbench STM32 j-Link Setup].
 
The setup for debugging your target with J-Link probes is exactly the same as for an Eclipse IDE project. For further information on how to setup your debugging environment please see [https://wiki.segger.com/Eclipse|Eclipse] or [https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-link/technology/ides/system-workbench-for-stm32/|System Workbench STM32 j-Link Setup].

Revision as of 11:41, 12 July 2019

System Workbench is an Eclipse-based IDE developed by the AC6 in partnership with ST.

Setup for J-Link Debug

The setup for debugging your target with J-Link probes is exactly the same as for an Eclipse IDE project. For further information on how to setup your debugging environment please see [1] or Workbench STM32 j-Link Setup.

Thread-Aware Example

In the below link you may find a Thread-aware example using SEGGER J-Link freeRTOS plugin under Eclipse. This example was generated with ST CubeMX and works out-of-the-box and you may use it as a starting point for your project. [File:STM32L475 ThreadAwareDebug.zip| Download Thread-Aware Example Link]