User and Reference Guide

  • 2020
  • 07/29/2020
  • Public Content
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Filter Hardware Threads

If you want only certain hardware threads to be displayed in the Debug view (for example, only the first thread of the first core), you can filter threads by name as follows:
  1. Halt the target and open the Debug Configuration menu:
    debug config context
    If you have not created a debug configuration yet, follow the steps here.
  2. Open your debugger configuration. Under
    Debugger
    tab, check the
    Filter hardware threads by name
    box.
  3. In the text field, specify the regular expression to match the desired thread names.
    Example:
    • .*_C0_T0
      matches the first thread of the first core.
    • .*_C0_T.
      matches all threads of the first core.
  4. Click
    Apply
    and
    Debug
    .
  5. Resume the target and check the threads displayed in the Debug view.
To change the filter setting, you need to halt the target before editing the debug configuration - it is not updated dynamically.

Product and Performance Information

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