It makes it easy to debug Linux and bare-metal applications with comprehensive and intuitive views, including synchronized source and disassembly, call stack, memory, registers, expressions, variables, threads, breakpoints, and trace.
Using the Debug Control view, you can single-step through
applications at source-level or instruction-level and see the other views update as the
code is executed. Setting breakpoints or watchpoints can assist you by stopping the
application and enabling you to explore the behavior of the application. You can also
use the Trace view on some targets to trace function executions in
your application with a timeline showing the sequence of events.
You can also debug using the DS-5 Command Prompt command-line console.