In this tutorial, we will take you through activating your copy
of CrossWorks; installing support packages; and
creating, compiling, and debugging a simple application using
the built-in simulator.
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In this section
- Activating CrossWorks
- Describes how to activate your copy of CrossWorks by obtaining and installing an activation key for evaluation.
- Managing support packages
- Describes how to download, install, and view CPU-support and board-support packages.
- Creating a project
- Describes how to start a project, select your target processor, and other
- Managing files in a project
- Describes how to add existing and new files to a project and how to remove
items from a project.
- Setting project options
- Describes how to set options on project items and how inheritance
works for project settings.
- Building projects
- Describes how to build a project, correct compilation and linkage errors,
and find out how big your applications are.
- Exploring projects
- Describes how to use the Project Explorer and Symbol Browser
to learn how much memory your project takes and how to navigate among the files
that make up the project.
- Using the debugger
- Describes the debugger and how to find and fix problems at a high level
when executing your application.
- Low-level debugging
- Describes how to use debugger features to debug your program at the machine
level by watching registers and tracing instructions.
- Debugging externally built applications
- Describes how to use the debugger to debug externally built applications.