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Somewhat recently RSARTE 2018 become incompatible with respect to debugging RSARTE generated ARM microcontroller projects.
We develop CortexM4/7 firmware using RSARTE. For a long time we could debug and have peripheral registers visible in the debugging session via the GNU MCU C/C++ Eclipse plugins.
Somewhat recently an incompatibility has developed between the C++ source directories RSARTE generates (and in particular the .cproject file therein) and GNU MCU C/C++ J-Link Eclipse plugins so that the processor device type can no longer be selected via the C++ project preferences and as a result the peripheral function registers are no longer visible.
I have found that right before debugging I can replace the .cproject file in the RSARTE generated project with one created with the GNU MCU plugins including the J-Link & Packs plugins installed and the appropriate microcontroller pack selected.
This GNU MCU project is created by Eclipse RSARTE>File>Project...>C/C++>C++ Project/ARM Cross GCC. Then the microcontroller device type in the newly created ARM Cross GCC project is selected by: Eclipse RSARTE>Properties>C/C++ Build>Settings/Devices/...
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