2.3.115. RVDCONTEXT

Enables or disables the auto save breakpoints feature. You can also use this command to save and load breakpoints for one or more loaded images.

Syntax

RVDCONTEXT {,load | ,save} [=file_num, ...]

RVDCONTEXT {,autoon | ,autooff}

RVDCONTEXT

where:

autooff

Disables auto saving of breakpoints.

autoon

Enables auto saving of breakpoints.

file_num, ...

A comma-separated list of file numbers for which breakpoints are to be saved or loaded. If you do not specify a file number, then saved breakpoints are set for each loaded image as apporpriate.

Note

To find a file number, enter the DTFILE command.

load

Either:

  • loads a previously saved context file for the specified file

  • loads a previously saved context file for each loaded file.

save

Either:

  • saves the context file for the specified file

  • saves a context file for each loaded file.

Description

This command enables or disables the auto save breakpoints feature. When enabled, any breakpoints that are set in an image are stored in a context file when the image file is unloaded. This file is saved in the same location as the image file.

If you specify the command without options or qualifiers, then RealView Debugger displays the current status of the auto save breakpoints feature.

If you have saved breakpoints for a loaded image, and subsequently modify breakpoints in a debugging session, then you can restore the saved breakpoints without unloading the image. To do this, enter:

RVDCONTEXT,load

See also

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