if i keep on randomly click the sp, usp,fp register, then the console will display a message like this
Warning: Address 0xAFFFFFB0 does not exist in the memory map.
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The 'Warning: Address ... does not exist in the memory map' message is issued when an access is made to a non-existent memory address. This can occur when trying to view an invalid range in a memory or register window, when loading an ill-formed DXE that places code/data in non-existent memory, etc. In this case it is not clear why the error occurs.
What target are you connected to, and what emulator are you using (if any)? e.g. BF609 via HPUSB-ICE.
Are you able to provide steps to reproduce the behaviour? Does a specific application exhibit this behaviour, or do you see it with any application?
target: sdu blackfin emulators/EZ-KIT Lites
platform: ADSP-BF609 via ICE-100B
and i think this application will display the warning message again, which
I haven't been able to reproduce the behaviour on my machine - are there any additional steps required to reproduce, or can you see the issue simply by opening a Launch Configuration for your BF609 via ICE-100B, loading the DXE, and clicking randomly on the SP, FP and USP registers in the Register window? Do you see the same behaviour if you view the registers using the Register Browser window instead? (available via 'Window: Show View: Register Browser').
my system is win7, and i have install the both version of cces184.108.40.206 and cces220.127.116.11 on D:\Analog Devices\,
if you keep on import and delete the project, may be some unpredictable bug will be displayed
I unfortunately still have not been able to reproduce this. Was the behaviour sporadic on your machine? When the warning does appear, does it affect the execution of your application or are you able to build/run/debug your code in spite of this message being issued?
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