[En-Nut-Discussion] AVR Simulator: Uninitialized stack pointer used at 0x00d3
morty at gmx.net
Wed Jun 4 14:27:51 CEST 2008
this is not solvable. The reason for this is, that Nut/OS uses several
stacks and adjusts the stack pointer to it's needs (Normally you have
only one stack). Therefore there is no way for the simulator to detect
stack over and underflows in Nut/OS. (At least not without major
Savino Pepe schrieb:
> I'm new to this project, so excure me if I ask your support for this
> basic problem
> If i build the sample project "uart" with the -g option, in order to
> debug it, the Avr studio debugger give the error in the subject when i
> try to run it.
> Also the debugger give the following error :AVR Simulator: Stack
> Overflow at 0x136d.
> Can someone help me to solve this problem .
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