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New Tool for Code Composer and MSP430


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Hi Everyone,

 

We'd like to announce a new tool we've developed for those using MSP430 with Code Composer Studio called

CCS Map analyzer:  http://www.argenox.com/products/ccsmapanalyzer/

 

This tool is completely free and currently supports Windows XP/7 and potentially Windows 8 (yet to be tested).

 

We've released it since we were constantly being asked by customers about Flash and RAM utilization during development and for years

we've seen the lack of tools that make it easy to provide this information.

You can quickly see the routines that are taking the most space in Flash, instead of manually parsing the MAP file.

We know of a few issues that wer'e currently working to fix, but we would love to have feedback from the community, as well

as some more documentation.

 

Feel free to download and share with us any issues, comments or new features by dropping us an e-mail at support[at]argenox(dot)com

 

Regards,

Argenox Team

 

 

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Hi Everyone,

 

We'd like to announce a new tool we've developed for those using MSP430 with Code Composer Studio called

CCS Map analyzer:  http://www.argenox.com/products/ccsmapanalyzer/

 

This tool is completely free and currently supports Windows XP/7 and potentially Windows 8 (yet to be tested).

 

We've released it since we were constantly being asked by customers about Flash and RAM utilization during development and for years

we've seen the lack of tools that make it easy to provide this information.

You can quickly see the routines that are taking the most space in Flash, instead of manually parsing the MAP file.

We know of a few issues that wer'e currently working to fix, but we would love to have feedback from the community, as well

as some more documentation.

 

Feel free to download and share with us any issues, comments or new features by dropping us an e-mail at support[at]argenox(dot)com

 

Regards,

Argenox Team

That is pretty cool! Thanks for sharing and welcome to 43oh!

I normally look at the map file, but this looks like a quick visual tool. Is this a plugin?

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Originally we considered a plugin to integrate into Eclipse, but some of the functionality we're thinking of is more advanced. Also, we didn't want to depend on having an installation of CCS which can be a problem (Large 1GB+ download and potential issues).

It's a standalone application.

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