8.1.3. The command queue

If an application is currently executing, RealView Debugger uses a command queue to handle any commands that cannot be executed immediately. Through this mechanism, commands build up on the queue and are then executed when resources become available. Commands are never executed out of order.

When an application is running and you request another action, then the corresponding command is added to the queue, pending execution. A message is displayed in the Output view to explain what has happened to the new command, for example:

> bexec (I A)0x000082CC
Command pended until execution stops. Use 'Cancel' to purge.

Be aware of the following:

To clear, or purge, the command queue:

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