12.13.1. Working with multiple projects

When you are working with a single project, it is normally bound to the connection and so you can perform any action on it easily.

Where you are working with multiple projects, the project environment depends on:

If you are working with a single user-defined project, where the image associated with that project is loaded to the debug target, and you unbind the project, RealView Debugger tries to use an auto-project to store settings for the image. If you then rebind the user-defined project, it replaces the auto-project in the Process Control pane.

Note

It is recommended that you do not do this. Always use the user-defined project for an image that you load, where this exists. Only use an auto-project for an image where no user-defined project exists.

If you unbind a user-defined project where the image associated with that project is loaded to the debug target, RealView Debugger uses an auto-project to store settings for the image. If you then bind a different project to this connection, the Process Control pane shows details of both projects. See Working with auto-projects for details.

Therefore, when you are working with several open projects, remember:

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