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DS-5™ provides a selection of examples to help you get started:
Bare-metal software development examples that illustrate
armcc managed builder, bare-metal debug, performance optimization, and measurement techniques. The files are located in the archive file, examples_directory\Bare-metal_examples.zip.
Bare-metal example projects for supported boards that demonstrate board connection and basic debug into on-chip RAM. The files are located in the archive file, examples_directory\Bare-metal_boards_examples.zip.
ARM Linux examples that illustrate build, debug, and performance analysis of simple C/C++ console applications, shared libraries, and multi-threaded applications. These examples run on a Real-Time System Model (RTSM) that is preconfigured to boot ARM Linux. The files are located in the archive file, examples_directory\Linux_examples.zip.
The RTX Real-Time Operating System (RTX-RTOS) source files and examples demonstrate the RTX-RTOS applications. The files are located in the archive file, examples_directory\CMSIS_RTOS_RTX.zip.
Optional packages with source files, libraries, and prebuilt images for running the examples. These can be downloaded from the DS-5 Downloads page on the ARM website.
Linux distribution project with header files and libraries for the purpose of rebuilding the ARM Linux examples.
Legacy Linux SD card image for the BeagleBoard configured for DS-5.
Legacy Linux SD card image for the BeagleBoard-xM configured for DS-5.
You can extract these examples to a working directory and build them from the command-line, or you can import them into Eclipse using the import wizard. All examples provided with DS-5 contain a preconfigured Eclipse launch script that enables you to easily load and debug example code on a target.
Each example provides instructions on how to build, run and debug the example code. You can access the instructions from the main index, examples_directory\docs\index.html.