3.5. Hiding a Debug Configuration

By default, the Connect to Target window lists all Debug Configurations that have been created for each Debug Interface installed on your workstation. That is, all Debug Configurations are enabled by default. However, you can hide a Debug Configuration by disabling the corresponding entry in the connection properties.

To disable a Debug Configuration:

  1. Select Target → Connect to Target... from the Code window main menu to open the Connect to Target window.

  2. Locate the required Debug Configuration:

    1. Select Configuration from the Grouped By list.

    2. Expand the Debug Interface containing the Debug Configuration of interest. For this example, expand RealView Instruction Set Simulator (RVISS).

    3. Make sure that all targets are disconnected on the Debug Configuration.

  3. Right-click on the Debug Configuration to be displayed to display the context menu. For example, right-click on RVISS.

  4. Select Properties... from the context menu to open the Connection Properties dialog box.

  5. Click the Advanced button to open the Connection Properties window.

    The settings group for the Debug Configuration entry is selected, and the contents are displayed in the right pane.

    Enabled entries in the left pane are displayed in regular type, and those that are currently disabled are shown as gray text.

  6. Left-click on the value for the Disabled setting in the right pane.

  7. The value changes to True.

  8. Select File → Save and Close from the menu to save your changes and close the Connection Properties window.

    In the Connect to Target window the Debug Configuration RVISS is no longer visible.

  9. Click the OK button to close the Connection Properties dialog box.

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