12.2.1. Active project

You can have several projects open at any time. The Project and Tools menus offer project-level commands that apply to a single project. If you select a command from these menus, RealView Debugger applies the chosen operation to the active project.

In a debugging session, the active project is usually the last project you open. If you are connected to a debug target, then the active project is the last project that RealView Debugger opens and successfully binds to the connection. The active project is shown in the default Code window title bar.

Note

When working with multiple projects or Container projects, you might have to change the active project so that you can access the project properties, and perform project-level operations, from the Code window. See Changing the active project for details on how to do this.

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