4.1.7. Color Box

Code windows in RealView Debugger are color-coded to help with navigation. This is particularly useful when debugging multiprocessor debug targets and working with multithreaded applications.

The Color Box, shown in Figure 4.4, identifies the connection associated with the current window.

Figure 4.4. Color Box

When you first start RealView Debugger the Code window is not associated with any target or process. The Color Box changes when you make your first connection. As you create new Code windows, these are also color-coded.

Closing your connection changes the Color Box to show that there is no connection associated with the window. Any other Code windows attached to that connection are also updated to match.

When you are working with the Color Box, notice that:

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