INI, under the section [UV2], create a CDBx entry as shown below. [UV2] CDB0=” path\”(“Our Smart Cards”). This allows accessing the Device. I’ve been trying to get uVision2 to work with ClearCase. I opened configuration file for ClearCase in \KEIL\UV2 directory. Then, I’m able to open clearcase. INI which is stored relative to the UV2\ program. Note that the PATH variables in specify the default location for the compiler toolchain.
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µVISION: ADDING A USER-SPECIFIC DEVICE DATABASE (CDB FILE)
How can I add a specific chip into the device database of Keil UV2?
If not, you will have to provide your own simulation support – there’s an Application note that describes how vu2 do it AGSI? Roman Horvath Thank you Andy. Run the application using the toolbar button or the menu Debug – Run. Read-Only Author zhen li Posted Oct By default, a breakpoint has been set to stop execution there. The status of the build process is shown in the window Build Output.
Andrew Neil Yes – it is described in the manual!
Use the toolbar button or the menu View – Serial Windows. You may also press ESC in the window Command.
I just run it following the mannual strictly. Products Download Events Support Videos. I think maybe there is something wrong keip the keol product or my environment settings. Halt program execution with the toolbar button or the menu Debug – Stop.
Andrew Neil uVision simulates only the processor. The example program operates on various devices. The instruction that is executed next is marked with an yellow arrow. The arrow moves with each stepping command. Compile and link your application using the button Build or the menu Project – Rebuild all target files. Use single-stepping commands from the toolbar or the menu Debug.
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Keil Keil uV2 used the old version –
Uv22 versions have the extension. I just type it in the hello project’s directory. I use uVision2 V2. In the AGSI documentation isn’t information about serial ports. The following picture shows a possible screen layout: