About this book

The Tarmac Trace for Fast Models User Guide describes the use of the Fast Models Tarmac Trace plug-in from ARM, and the format of the trace files it generates.

Using this book

This book is organized into the following chapters:

Chapter 1 Introduction to Tarmac Trace

This chapter describes the main features of Tarmac Trace for Fast Models.

Chapter 2 Tarmac Trace Plug-in

This chapter describes how to set up the environment to use the Tarmac Trace plug-in, and how to start a simulation. It also describes the parameters that control the type of events to trace.

Chapter 3 Tarmac Trace File Format

This chapter describes the Tarmac Trace for Fast Models file format.

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