17.4.1. Viewing the new target definition

To view details about your target hardware:

  1. In the Code window, select View → Pane Views → Registers to display the Register pane. A tab with the name of your specific target is included at the bottom of the pane. In the example shown in Figure 17.12, this is the MCUeval tab.

    Figure 17.12. MCUeval tab in the Register pane

    MCUeval tab in the Register pane
  2. Click on the MCUeval tab. RealView Debugger shows the abstraction of the hardware information specific to the MCUeval board.

    This tab view enables you to modify your MCUeval board features, such as the memory mapped peripherals.


    Your board hardware information might be different from that shown in Figure 17.12.

  3. When you change any settings in this pane, RealView Debugger communicates directly with your MCUeval board.

    For more details on the Register pane, see the section on working with registers in the monitoring execution chapter in RealView Debugger v1.6 User Guide.

  4. In the Output pane at the bottom of the Code window, click on the Log tab. The display includes the line Using BoardChips: MCUeval, indicating that RealView Debugger is using the MCUeval board file. As a result, the memory map now contains the definitions required to use the Flash memory on the MCUeval board, see Flash programming.

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