1.2.7 Files

List of DS-5 Debugger commands that enable you to control the loading and unloading of executable images on to a target and debug information into the debugger.

add-symbol-file

Loads additional debug information into the debugger.

append

Reads data from memory or the result of an expression and appends it to an existing file.

cd

Changes the current working directory.

directory

Defines additional directories to search for source files.

discard-symbol-file

Discards debug information relating to a specific file.

dump

Reads data from memory or the result of an expression and writes it to a file.

file, symbol-file

Loads debug information from an image into the debugger and records the entry point address for future use by the run and start commands.

info files, info target

Displays information about the loaded image and symbols.

info sources

Displays the names of the source files used in the current image being debugged.

load

Loads an image on to the target and records the entry point address for future use by the run and start commands.

loadfile

Loads debug information into the debugger, an image on to the target and records the entry point address for future use by the run and start commands.

pwd

Displays the current working directory.

reload-symbol-file

Reloads debug information from an already loaded image into the debugger using the same settings as the original load operation.

restore

Reads data from a file and writes it to memory.

set substitute-path

Modifies the search paths used by the debugger when it executes any of the commands that look up and display source code.

show directories

Displays the list of directories to search for source files.

show substitute-path

Displays the search path substitution rules in use by the debugger when searching for source files.

Enter help followed by a command name for more information on a specific command.

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