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Integration with TRACE32 Simulator Fails on VLE Instructions

Last updated: 2019-12-10
Integration with TRACE32 simulator fails on VLE instructions.

Some chips, such as the MPC5566, support VLE instructions, while some others (MPC5554) do not. TRACE32 can support both, but the script file (.cmm file) needs to be amended.

If you plan on using MPC5566 or another chip supporting VLE instruction with a TRACE32 simulator, please follow these steps:

  1. Go to %VECTORCAST_DIR%\DATA\trace32\simulator.cmm, and uncomment the following line:

    sys.option.dismode VLE

    (You can uncomment by removing the leading ';')

  2. Do the same to simulator_debug.cmm, in the same directory, and then save both files.


If you then revert to a chip that is NOT using VLE instructions, you will need to comment that line again in both files, otherwise the execution will fail.
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