A.3.1. Text

Settings in this group control the source code view and editor functions within the Code window.

Saving changes might not take effect until the next time RealView Debugger starts, or when a new Code window opens.

The Text group contains third-level groups and a series of settings:

Height

Use this setting to specify the height, in number of lines, for text displayed in the source code view.

Width

Use this setting to specify the width, in number of characters, for text displayed in the source code view.

Src_color_dis

Source coloring is used to make it easier to read source of high-level and low-level languages. All source coloring can be disabled in which case all text is the same color (usually black).

By default, source coloring is enabled, that is this setting is False.

Internationalization

Settings in this group configure multiple language support.

Table A.3 describes these settings.

Table A.3. Internationalization settings

NameProperties
Enabled

Use this to enable or disable internationalization. By default, internationalization is disabled, that is this setting is False.

Language

Use this to specify the language to use for text. The options are:

  • English (default)

  • Japanese.

Default_encoding

Use this to specify the default text encoding. The options are:

  • ASCII (default)

  • UTF-8

  • Locale.


See also:

Font_information

This group contains the Pane_font setting to set the font used in views:

  • On Windows, a Font dialog box is opened to enable you to change the font settings. shows the default font settings.

    Table A.4. Default font settings

    SettingDefault Value
    FontCourier New
    Font styleRegular
    Size9
    ScriptWestern

  • On Red Hat Linux, changing fonts with the Pane_font setting is not supported. Table A.4 shows the default font settings that are used.

Source_coloring

These settings control the colors used to identify source tokens. The defaults have been chosen to be easy to read and work well to isolate different program areas. The coloring choices are made relative to the built-in color models.

If you attempt to set the same foreground and background color, then RealView Debugger uses the foreground color but uses the default color for the background.

Table A.5 describes the settings.

Table A.5. Source_coloring settings

NameProperties
File_extensions

The standard C/C++ source coloring is auto-enabled based on file extension. Use this to specify a comma-separated list of file extensions that, when loaded, trigger source code coloring.

Scheme

The color scheme you want to use for source coloring. You can select one of:

  • Default for the default coloring scheme

  • VisualStudio for the Visual Studio coloring scheme

  • CodeWarrior for the CodeWarrior coloring scheme

  • RVD.1.7 for the RealView Debugger v1.7 coloring scheme.

Numbers_text

Use this to specify the foreground color for numbers displayed in the source code view.

Numbers_bkgrnd

Use this to specify the background color for numbers displayed in the source code view.

Strings_text

Use this to specify the foreground color for strings displayed in the source code view.

Strings_bkgrnd

Use this to specify the background color for strings displayed in the source code view.

Keywords_text

Use this to specify the foreground color for C/C++ keywords displayed in the source code view.

Keywords_bkgrnd

Use this to specify the background color for C/C++ keywords displayed in the source code view.

Comments_text

Use this to specify the foreground color for comments displayed in the source code view.

Comments_bkgrnd

Use this to specify the background color for comments displayed in the source code view.

Identifiers_text

Use this to specify the foreground color for identifiers displayed in the source code view.

Identifiers_bkgrnd

Use this to specify the background color for identifiers displayed in the source code view.

User_text

Use this to specify the foreground color for user-defined keywords displayed in the source code view.

User_bkgrnd

Use this to specify the background color for user-defined keywords displayed in the source code view.

Preprocessor_text

Use this to specify the foreground color for preprocessor keywords (#keyword) displayed in the source code view.

Preprocessor_bkgrnd

Use this to specify the background color for preprocessor keywords (#keyword) displayed in the source code view.

Operator_text

Use this to specify the foreground color for operators displayed in the source code view.

Operator_bkgrnd

Use this to specify the background color for operators displayed in the source code view.

User_keywords

Use this to specify a list of user-defined keywords that are highlighted when they appear in the source code view.


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