Do you want to know if there is any way to check run time stack and heap size (during system is running)?
Yes, it is. If you have a tutorial or manual link, it will be helpful.
I can't find the information about it on PSoC Creator user's guide, Knowlede Base, Application note and this community.
Is there no way to measure actual heap and stack size on PSoC Creator?
If you can measure the actual heap and stack size of the PSoC Creator project with other tools, please let me know.
You might be able to get your stack size, but not the heap size.
The heap is affected by the call graph at any given point. I'm not aware of any tools in PSoC Creator to figure out the maximum stack or heap used by your code.
Unfortunately, there is no functionality to monitor runtime heap/stack size in PSoC Creator.
Regarding the stack, even though it is not runtime monitor, it can be checked with PSoC Creator Debugger mode.
0) Implement the debug code to fill the known value (e.g 0xAA55) in stack area in beginning of main() function.
1) Start debug in PSoC Creator (PC is stopped at b/o main() fuction)
2) Run the software
3) Stop the software
4) Check how many data in stack area is changed from the know value (e.g. 0xAA55).
The above example has been introduced in AN89056, even though it is not exactly same.
Specially, please refer to the section 6.8 Stack Overflow Test in AN89056.
And AN89056_Ram project (SelfTest_Stack.c) in zip file.
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