Debug the Boards with Ozone

This section requires embedXcode+ and a board supported by Segger J-Link.

This section applies for all the compatible supported by the Segger J-Link programmer-debugger with the Ozone application.

Ozone has been tested successfully with the Arduino Due board.

For more information about the debugging tools,

Define a Breakpoint

The Ozone application supports the breakpoints defined from Xcode, with conditions and actions.

However, the actions are limited to printing the message entered, without the value of the variables.

In the example, i is odd will be printed as i is odd, not 1 is odd or 3 is odd.

The Ozone application provides its own interface to define breakpoints and watchpoints.

For more information on how to use Ozone,

Configure Specific Boards

Some boards require a specific hardware or software configuration before debugging.

Launch a Debugging Session

Before launching a debugging session, select the connection, either though a USB cable or over-the-air through WiFi or Ethernet over USB.

To launch a debugging session,

  • Select the board Arduino Due (Ozone).

  • Select the Debug target and press Run.

embedXcode builds and links the project, uploads it to the board, generates the parameters for debugging and launches the Ozone application.

  • Click on Yes to continue.

The main window shows the files, breakpoints, functions, console, source code, disassembly, watchpoints, local data and call stack.

For more information on how to use Ozone,

End and Quit a Debugging Session

To end and quit the debugging session,

  • Call the menu Ozone > Quit Ozone. or press Cmd+Q.