3.1.1. Loading from a user-defined project

Where you have created a user-defined project, it is recommended that you open the project first to load and debug the associated image, or images. Opening the project enables you to access the project properties, save new settings, or make changes to the build model.

For example, open the project examples_directory\dhrystone\dhrystone.prj, and then click on the hyperlink in the File Editor pane to load the associated image.


Loading an image built as part of a user-defined project without opening the project does not give you access to all the project properties because these are unknown to RealView Debugger. In this case, RealView Debugger creates an in-memory project, or uses the saved auto-project file (see Working with auto-projects for details).

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