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 common options.
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.