This release adds a TargetOS updater, better code-stepping performance, and several bug fixes.
- CrossStep can now check for and optionally install TargetOS updates.
Menu item “Tools/Check for TargetOS Updates” opens a window to do this (#512)
- CrossStep no longer automatically updates the contents of the various
kernel objects windows (Tasks, Semaphores, Queues, etc) and memory
windows. A new button (labelled “KA”) has been added to the Source
Window to update the kernel awareness and memory windows. As a
result of this change, performance is much better when stepping through
- Duplicate names are no longer allowed in the Targets Manager (#499)
- Fixed a crash when testing a target from the New Target Wizard (#564)
- Terminate a debug session if gdb takes too long to complete a memory read (#529)
- Fixed a crash that could occur during CrossStep startup under certain conditions (#484)
- Fixed various issues with TargetMon and Abatron debug connections