12.1. About managing projects

Setting up a project in RealView Debugger is not required for debugging, but it can provide an aid to development. RealView Debugger uses projects to save your list of files, understand your build model, and maintain a record of your project-level preferences. A project also enables RealView Debugger to save, and load automatically, specified debugging states, for example breakpoints.

A user-defined project can also speed up your debugging session because your project stores information and settings about your image that can then be used to help locate errors, and rebuild your source code into an executable image or program.

This section gives an overview of projects in RealView Debugger. It includes the following sections:

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