A.1. Overview

RealView Debugger creates files containing default settings and target configuration information when you first install the product. The files created (or modified) depend on what kind of installation you have chosen. If you are upgrading from an earlier version of RealView Debugger, some files are modified so that previous configuration information is not lost.

When you run the debugger for the first time, some of this information is copied into the RealView Debugger default home directory. This is an empty directory created by the installation process. If you are upgrading from an earlier version of RealView Debugger, the installer creates the home directory and copies your existing configuration details into it. This means that this area is not empty when you run the debugger for the first time.

Note

This appendix describes configuration files created (or modified) when you install RealView Debugger on Windows. The RealView Debugger v1.8 User Guide contains information for developers using RealView Debugger on non-Windows platforms. See Appendix B RealView Debugger for Sun Solaris and Red Hat Linux for details.

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