5.7.5. Using the Pane menu

Click on the drop-down arrow on the Break/Tracepoints pane title bar to display the Pane menu. This menu includes options that are also available from the Debug menu. The relationship between the two menus is summarized in Table 5.1.

Table 5.1. Breakpoint menu mappings

Break/Tracepoints pane, Pane menu

Code window, Debug menu

Set Break from Function/Label listSimple Breakpoints → Set from Function/Label list...
Address/Data...Simple Breakpoints → Address/Data...
Set BreakIf... Simple Breakpoints
Named Break...Simple Breakpoints → Named...
Processor Events...Simple Breakpoints → Processor Events...
Break/Tracepoint History...Simple Breakpoints → Break/Tracepoint History...
Break/Tracepoint Favorites...Simple Breakpoints → Break/Tracepoint Favorites...
Show Break Capabilities of HW...Complex Breakpoints → Show Break Capabilities of HW...
Clear All Break/TracepointsSimple Breakpoints → Clear All Break/Tracepoints

If you select the option Set BreakIf... from the Pane menu, a breakpoint type selection box is displayed containing all the breakpoints supported by your debug target.

Note

If you have not set breakpoints, you can access some of the options from the Pane menu by right-clicking on a blank area inside the Break/Tracepoints pane. This enables you to create new breakpoints, select from your personal favorites or history list, or to see your hardware support.

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