If I build there are no errors. If I launch the debug, I have the message "No source available for 0xf8832200".
I dont't know what to do.
In reply to Jeremy:
In reply to stage:
When the debugger is connected, if you open a memory window at address 0, what do you see. E.g. :-
Something like this
And this is what I see from debug window:
A segmentation fault has occured, the execution of the code has gone wrong and ended up at an illegal address. This could be caused by a thread stack being too small, or a pointer being used that hasn't been intialised correctly.
To check for a stack over flow put a breakpoint in bsp_group_irq.c:-
and see if the HW stack monitor generates an NMI interrupt.
A segmentation fault has occured, these can be difficult to track down. However this looks a little strange :-
The address of g_qspi_ctrl() is in RAM. Is this function actually linked to a RAM address?