1.4. The RealView Debugger documentation suite

The other books that make up the RealView Debugger documentation suite are:

The following description explains how you might use the books:

  1. For a comprehensive description of the debugging features available in RealView Debugger, see the RealView Debugger v3.0 User Guide. This describes, in detail, how to debug your images and how to configure RealView Debugger to customize your working environment. It also includes debugging multiprocessor targets. This book also contains examples of debugging software and details shortcuts and tips for the developer.


    Appendix E RealView Debugger for Sun Solaris and Red Hat Linux of the RealView Debugger v3.0 User Guide contains information for developers using RealView Debugger on non-Windows platforms.

  2. RealView Debugger v3.0 Target Configuration Guide describes how to amend existing targets that are set up in the base product, and how to customize your own targets. It also describes how to create the files required to program Flash.

  3. If you have the appropriate trace hardware, you can perform RealView Debugger tracing, which is described in the RealView Debugger v3.0 Trace User Guide.

  4. If you have the appropriate plugins, you can debug OS applications using the OS-awareness features in RealView Debugger. These features are described in the RealView Debugger v3.0 RTOS Guide.

  5. If you want to use the RealView Debugger Command Line Interface (CLI) to control your debugging tasks, the RealView Debugger v3.0 Command Line Reference Guide provides a detailed description of every CLI command and includes examples of their use.

See the installation notes delivered with your product for details on installing RealView Debugger.

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