4.4.1. Using the Debug menu

The Debug menu offers the options:

Execution Control

This enables you to control how your program executes. You can run a series of instructions, step through instructions one at a time, or specify conditions that must be met to stop execution.

For details on using this option in your debugging session see Using the Execution Control menu.

Simple Breakpoints

This provides access to the Simple Breakpoints menu to use breakpoints in your code.

Complex Breakpoints

This provides access to the Complex Breakpoints menu to use breakpoints in your code. You must use a debug target that supports these breakpoints.

Memory/Register Operations

This enables you to examine memory and register contents during execution and to edit these interactively. In this way you have complete control over the way your application program runs.

Include Commands from File...

This enables you to store RealView Debugger commands in the form of a script file and then run the file to automate the debugging process.

Set Source Search Path...

This enables RealView Debugger to find sources automatically. This is only necessary if the compiler or assembler does not pass source paths.

Add/Edit Debugger Macros...

This enables you to use the RealView Debugger macro facility to create macros containing complex procedures. You can attach a macro to a breakpoint or run it as a command.

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