7.8.2. Reviewing the register definitions and CLI commands for the ARM11 MPCore

To review the memory mapped register definitions and the CLI commands for the ARM11 MPCore:

  1. Select Target → Connect to Target... from the Code window main menu to open the Connect to Target window.

  2. Select Configuration from the Grouped By drop-down list.

  3. Expand the Debug Interface containing the Debug Configuration to be customized.

  4. Make sure that there are no targets connected on the Debug Configuration.

    Note

    You cannot customize a Debug Configuration when the debugger is connected to a target in that Debug Configuration.

  5. Right-click on the required Debug Configuration to display the context menu.

  6. Select Properties... from the context menu to open the Connection Properties dialog box.

  7. Click the BCD files tab to display the available definitions and assignments.

  8. Locate the ARM11MP definition and select it.

  9. Click the View Definition... button below the list containing the definition.

    The Connection Properties window is opened with the ARM11MP group selected. Figure 7.14 shows an example:

    Figure 7.14. Connection Properties window

    Connection Properties window

  10. To review the register definitions and CLI commands:

    1. Right-click on the BOARD=ARM11MP group in the left pane to display the context menu.

    2. Select Expand whole Tree from the context menu.

    3. Select the *Cross_trigger group in the left pane. The CLI commands to enable and disable the in and out triggers are shown in the right pane.

    4. Select the *Register group in the left pane. The memory mapped registers used in the cross-triggering CLI commands are shown.

    5. Select each register in the left pane to view the register settings.

  11. Select File → Close Window from the Code window main menu to close the Connection Properties window.

  12. Click the OK button to close the Connection Properties dialog box.

See also

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