The Stack Usage Window finds the call paths of your linked application and displays them as a call tree together with their minimal stack requirements. A call path of your application is any function that has been linked in but has no direct call made to it but will make calls to other functions. The main function is the most obvious example of a call path, an interrupt handler or a function that is called only as a function pointer are other examples. To use the stack usage window your linked application must be compiled with debugging information enabled.
|Move the insertion point to the statement that defined the symbol.|
|Collapse the selected open call tree.|
|Open the selected open call tree.|
|Show only the deepest call path through the selected call tree.|