How to use Runtime Object View
with Todd Mullanix
Runtime Object View is a powerful debugging tool that allows a developer to easily see what going on with their application. It is available for all processors that support TI-RTOS (or the SYS/BIOS kernel). So it can be used on TI’s CortexA, CortexM, C6000, MSP430 and C2000 devices. The video will focus on how to start the tool and open some of the key module views. It also shows a user how to open a Dashboard and save data to a file for post-analysis.