About this book

This book describes how to use the debugger to debug Linux applications, bare-metal, Real-Time Operating System (RTOS), and Linux platforms.

Using this book

This book is organized into the following chapters:

Chapter 1 Introduction to DS-5 Debugger

Introduces DS-5 Debugger and some important debugger concepts.

Chapter 2 Configuring debug connections in DS-5 Debugger

Describes how to configure and connect to a debug target using ARM® DS-5 Debugger.

Chapter 3 Controlling Target Execution

Describes how to control the target when certain events occur or when certain conditions are met.

Chapter 4 Working with the Target Configuration Editor

Describes how to use the editor when developing a project for an ARM® target.

Chapter 5 Examining the Target

This chapter describes how to examine registers, variables, memory, and the call stack.

Chapter 6 Debugging Embedded Systems

Gives an introduction to debugging embedded systems.

Chapter 7 Debugging with Scripts

Describes how to use scripts containing debugger commands to enable you to automate debugging operations.

Chapter 8 Running DS-5 Debugger from the operating system command-line or from a script

This chapter describes how to use DS-5 Debugger from the operating system command-line or from a script.

Chapter 9 Working with the Snapshot Viewer

This chapter describes how to work with the Snapshot Viewer.

Chapter 10 Platform Configuration

You can configure models and hardware platforms using DS-5.

Chapter 11 DS-5 Debug Perspectives and Views

Describes the DS-5 Debug perspective and related views in the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE).

Chapter 12 Troubleshooting

Describes how to diagnose problems when debugging applications using DS-5 Debugger.

Chapter 13 File-based Flash Programming in ARM DS-5

Describes the file-based flash programming options available in DS-5.

Chapter 14 Writing OS Awareness for DS-5 Debugger

Describes the OS awareness feature available in DS-5.

Chapter 15 Debug and Trace Services Layer (DTSL)

Describes the DS-5 Debugger Debug and Trace Services Layer (DTSL).

Chapter 16 Reference

Lists other information that might be useful when working with DS-5 Debugger.

Glossary

The ARM Glossary is a list of terms used in ARM documentation, together with definitions for those terms. The ARM Glossary does not contain terms that are industry standard unless the ARM meaning differs from the generally accepted meaning.

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