ARM® DS-5 Eclipse for DS-5 User Guide

Version 5

Table of Contents

About this book
Using this book
Typographic conventions
Other information
1 Getting started with Eclipse
1.1 About Eclipse
1.2 Launching Eclipse
1.3 The welcome screen
1.4 Overview of the workbench window
1.5 Workbench features
1.6 Workspace
1.7 Resources
1.8 About working sets
1.9 Creating a working set
1.10 Changing the top level element when displaying working sets
1.11 Deselecting a working set
1.12 Perspectives and views
1.13 Menus
1.14 Toolbars
1.15 Editing source code
1.16 Configuring Eclipse
1.17 Preferences dialog box
1.18 Properties dialog box
1.19 Importing and exporting options
1.20 Using the Import wizard
1.21 Using the Export wizard
1.22 Accessing the dynamic help
1.23 Using ARM-specific cheat sheets
1.24 Installing new features
1.25 Restrictions of use
1.26 Data collection in DS-5
2 Working with projects
2.1 Project types
2.2 Creating a new C or C++ project
2.3 Creating an empty Makefile project
2.4 Creating a new Makefile project with existing code
2.5 Importing an existing Eclipse project
2.6 Setting up the compilation tools for a specific build configuration
2.7 Configuring the C/C++ build behavior
2.8 Using Eclipse from the command-line to clean and build your projects
2.9 Updating a project to a new toolchain
2.10 Adding a new source file to your project
3 Working with editors
3.1 About the C/C++ editor
3.2 About the ARM assembler editor
3.3 About the ELF content editor
3.4 ELF content editor - Header tab
3.5 ELF content editor - Sections tab
3.6 ELF content editor - Segments tab
3.7 ELF content editor - Symbol Table tab
3.8 ELF content editor - Disassembly tab
3.9 About the scatter file editor
3.10 Creating a scatter file
3.11 Importing a memory map from a BCD file
4 Terminology, shortcuts and icons
4.1 Terminology
4.2 Keyboard shortcuts
4.3 Menu and toolbar icons

List of Figures

1-1 Welcome screen
1-2 Typical workbench window
1-3 Workspace Launcher dialog box
1-4 Linked file
1-5 Linked folder
1-6 Linked project
1-7 Creating a new working set
1-8 Selecting the resource type for the new working set
1-9 Adding new resources to a working set
1-10 Select the required working set
1-11 Changing perspective using the toolbar menu
1-12 Minimized views in the trim area
1-13 Workbench toolbar
1-14 Perspective toolbar
1-15 View toolbar
1-16 Window preferences dialog box
1-17 Project properties dialog box
1-18 Typical example of the import wizard
1-19 Typical example of the export wizard
1-20 Selecting a cheat sheet
1-21 Typical example of a cheat sheet
1-22 DS-5 General options - Data collection
2-1 Creating a new C project
2-2 Creating a new Makefile project with existing code
2-3 Selecting the import source type
2-4 Selecting an existing Eclipse projects for import
2-5 Typical build settings dialog box for a C project
2-6 Workbench build behavior
2-7 Adding a new file to your project
3-1 Header tab
3-2 Sections tab
3-3 Segments tab
3-4 Symbol Table tab
3-5 Disassembly tab
3-6 Add load region dialog box
3-7 Graphical view of a simple scatter file
3-8 Import memory map for the scatter file editor
3-9 BCD file selection for the scatter file editor
3-10 Memory block selection for the scatter file editor

List of Tables

2-1 Eclipse arguments
3-1 ARM assembler editor shortcuts
4-1 Perspective icons
4-2 View icons
4-3 View markers
4-4 Editor icons
4-5 Configuration icons
4-6 Outline icons
4-7 Miscellaneous icons
4-8 Navigation icons
4-9 Help Contents icons

Release Information

Document History
Issue Date Confidentiality Change
A June 2010 Non-Confidential First release
B September 2010 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.2
C November 2010 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.3
D January 2011 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.4
E May 2011 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.5
F July 2011 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.6
G September 2011 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.7
H November 2011 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.8
I February 2012 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.9
J May 2012 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.10
K July 2012 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.11
L October 2012 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.12
M December 2012 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.13
N March 2013 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.14
O March 2014 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.18
P 31 March 2015 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.21
Q 15 July 2015 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.22
R 15 October 2015 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.23
S 15 March 2016 Non-Confidential Update for DS-5 version 5.24

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