Model Debugger for Fast Models User Guide

Version 9.4


Table of Contents

Preface
About this book
Using this book
Typographic conventions
Feedback
Feedback on this product
Feedback on content
1 Introduction to Model Debugger
1.1 About Model Debugger
1.2 Key features
1.3 Retargetable debugger
1.4 Cluster debugging
2 Using Model Debugger
2.1 Launching Model Debugger
2.1.1 Launching from the command line
2.1.2 Launching from System Canvas
2.1.3 Launching Model Debugger separately
2.1.4 Starting simulations and connecting automatically
2.2 Model Debugger application windows
2.2.1 Workspace
2.2.2 Main toolbar
2.2.3 Menu bar
2.2.4 Dock windows
2.2.5 Moving or copying views
2.2.6 Saving the window layout
2.2.7 Opening new debug views
2.2.8 Closing windows and views
2.2.9 Output window
2.3 Debug views for source code and disassembly
2.3.1 Source view
2.3.2 Disassembly view
2.3.3 Call Stack
2.4 Debug views for registers and memory
2.4.1 Register views
2.4.2 Memory
2.4.3 Variables
2.5 Debug views for pipelines
2.5.1 Pipeline Overview window
2.5.2 Pipeline Table window
2.6 Watch window and Expression Evaluator
2.6.1 Context menu for Watch window
2.7 Breakpoints in Model Debugger
2.7.1 Setting breakpoints in the debug views
2.7.2 Setting conditional breakpoints
2.7.3 Removing and disabling breakpoints
2.7.4 Breakpoint Manager dialog box
2.7.5 Breakpoint Properties dialog box
2.8 Model Debugger sessions
2.9 Preferences dialog box
3 Installation and Configuration
3.1 Linux installation procedure
3.1.1 Linux software requirements
3.1.2 Linux installation
3.1.3 Linux environment configuration scripts
3.2 Windows installation procedure
3.2.1 Windows software requirements
3.2.2 Windows installation
4 Shortcuts
4.1 Keyboard shortcuts

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Document History
Issue Date Confidentiality Change
A 31 May 2014 Non-Confidential New document for Fast Models v9.0, from DUI0314P for v8.3.
B 30 November 2014 Non-Confidential Update for v9.1.
C 28 February 2015 Non-Confidential Update for v9.2.
D 31 May 2015 Non-Confidential Update for v9.3.
E 31 August 2015 Non-Confidential Update for v9.4.

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