3.4.3 Debugging with Microsoft Visual Studio at the source level
How to debug at the source level with Microsoft Visual Studio on Microsoft Windows and System Canvas.
Use Microsoft Visual Studio to perform LISA+ source-level debugging on Microsoft Windows. ARM
recommends that you generate the system and launch Microsoft Visual Studio from
Start System Canvas and load the project for your model.
If you have not already done so, build a Debug version of your system by
selecting one of the Win32-Debug-VC20
xx options in the Select
Active Project Configuration menu, and rebuilding your
NoteIf you select Generate, you can use Microsoft
Visual Studio later to build the model.
Launch Microsoft Visual Studio from System Canvas by clicking the
Devenv button or pressing
From Microsoft Visual Studio, select StartUp project to select the
target to debug. The target file can be either an ISIM executable or CADI
Use the Project Properties dialog to configure any
required parameters for the target.
NoteFor ISIM systems, all Model Shell command lines options are available, but specifying the
model is unnecessary. For a CADI dll, you must specify either Model Debugger
or Model Shell as the executable to run.
Start debugging by selecting Run in Microsoft Visual