Description du projet
Development of embedded software requires a high visibility of real time variables. Classical debuggers partially solve this problem. Some area makes these debugger useless when strong constraints are present: when break point are forbidden, when an electrically isolated connection is required and in harsh environment when an electrical connection to the processor board is unreliable.
- Light and simple: code only requires a small amount of memory and processing time.
- Modular: it can be linked to an existing application with only a few lines of code and is therefore integrated in less that half an hour.
- Versatile: connection to the host (computer, tablet or smart-phone) can be any serial port (RS232, USB, Bluetooth…)
- Reduced learning curve: mastering eFFiShell takes less than one hour.
- Ease of programming: adding new menus and variables watches require a minimum number of code lines.
- Self documented use philosophy: opening the shell immediately shows what is possible and require no memory effort for the user.
- Scriptable: when several commands have to be sent to a target device routinely, they can be written in a file with simple syntax and sent automatically.
- Portable: has already been tested on many hardware platforms.