D.3.1. armsd2rvd command syntax

The command has the syntax:

armsd2rvd [-Vsn] [-A] -I infile.asd [-O rvdfile.txt]

where:

-I infile.asd

The name of the existing script file. If you do not specify the input file, the command prints out a usage message. There must be a space between the file option and the filename.

-O rvdfile.txt

The name of the new RealView Debugger script file. If you do not specify this, the converted script is written to the standard output, normally the terminal. There must be a space between the file option and the filename.

-A

Include input command lines as comments in the output file.

-Vsn

Print the version number on the standard output and exit.

You must quote filenames if they contain space characters. The filename extension used for the input or the output files is not predetermined by these programs.

Note

This command help you convert a script file to a RealView Debugger include file, but because of the different features provided by armsd, and the very different command set implemented, you must check the resulting file for commands that the script cannot convert.

In particular, armsd profiling commands are not converted because the RealView Debugger equivalents are too different.

See also

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