2.5. Disconnecting from a target

There are several ways to disconnect when working with a target. Choosing the most appropriate method depends on:

Code windows are not closed on disconnecting but their contents might change depending on the data they contain. For example any loaded images are unloaded and so associated source files close and entries displayed in a Register, Memory, or Process Control pane are cleared whereas entries in the Watch pane remain unchanged. This behavior depends on the update options you set for the window and the disconnect state of the target processor.

If you are working with projects, any open projects do not close if you disconnect from a debug target. Even where a project is bound to the connection, it does not close if you disconnect. However, it is unbound and its details are no longer shown in the Process Control pane.

The disconnection options available are:

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