RealView ® DevelopmentSuite Eclipse Plug-ins User Guide

Version 3.1

Table of Contents

About this book
Intended audience
Using this book
Typographical conventions
Further reading
Feedback on the Eclipse Plug-ins for RealView Development Suite
Feedback on this book
1. Introduction
1.1. About the Eclipse Plug-ins for RVDS
1.1.1. Restrictions of use
1.2. Installation requirements
1.2.1. RVDS installation
1.2.2. Custom installation
1.3. Installing software updates for the Eclipse Plug-ins forRVDS
1.4. Accessing online help
2. Creating an ARM Project
2.1. Creating an RVDS project for ARM
2.2. Adding a new file to the project
2.3. Building the project
3. Importing an Existing Eclipse Project
3.1. Selecting and building an existingEclipse project
4. Importing a CodeWarrior Project
4.1. About the CodeWarrior importer
4.1.1. Limitations
4.2. Importing a CodeWarrior project
5. ARM Project Types
5.1. About the ARM project types
5.1.1. Executable
5.1.2. Static library
5.2. About the predefined configurations
6. Configuring the Build and RealView Tools
6.1. Accessing the build properties foran ARM project
6.2. Accessing the build properties fora specific file
6.3. Configuring ARM RealView tools
6.4. Using the ARM fromelf utility
6.4.1. Converting ELF images to other formats
6.4.2. Disassembling code
6.5. Restoring defaults
7. Working with the ARM Flash Programmer
7.1. About the ARM flash programmer
7.2. Programming a flash device
7.3. Managing flash targets
7.4. Using the flash device manager
7.5. Importing a flash image
7.6. Creating a new flash algorithm
7.7. Exporting a flash device to RealViewDebugger
8. Working with RealView Debugger
8.1. Loading your executable image intoRealView Debugger
8.1.1. Load using an existing Eclipse targetconfiguration
8.1.2. Load without an Eclipse target configuration
8.2. Creating your debug configuration
8.3. Setting up your debug configuration
8.3.1. Selecting an existing debug configuration
8.3.2. Selecting a different image to debug
8.3.3. Configuring RealView Debugger connectionsettings
8.3.4. Specifying execution arguments
8.4. Launching RealView Debugger usingyour debug configuration
A. Eclipse Terminology and Shortcuts
A.1. Keyboard shortcuts
A.2. Terminology


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Revision History
Revision A March2006 Release for RVDS v3.0
Revision B March2007 Release for RVDS v3.1
Revision C July2007 Release for RVDS v3.1 - ARM flash programmerand assembler editor update
Revision D December2007 Release for RVDS v3.1 - CodeWarrior Importerupdate
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