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  • ARM Development Tools

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    Vision3, Keil Software’s Embedded Integrated Development

    Environment, allows developers to work with familiar development

    tools (Keil, GNU, or ARM) while p

    Vision3 and

    ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and other Target Debugging Features.

    roviding complete control of the

    Compiler, Assembler, Project Manager, and Debugger in a single,

    intelligent environment. Embedded engineers may create applications

    for ARM7-TDMI devices like those from Analog Devices, Atmel, Philips,

    and Samsung.

    This brochure provides the following details about ARM:

    Project Management, Device Setup, and Tool Configuration,

    Simulation of High-speed Instruction Set and On-chip Peripherals,

    Optimum ARM7 Support

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    µVision3 simplifies tool configuration and speeds software development and debugging.

  • 2 ARM Development Tools

    µVision3 Development Environment

    Project Configuration

    Project Management

    Editor and Debugger

    Code Coverage

    The Vision3 IDE incorporates a Device

    Database™ of supported ARM chips. In

    Vision3 projects, required options are set

    automatically when you select the device from

    the Device Database™. Additionally, dialogs

    display only relevant options to prevent you

    from selecting incompatible directives.

    Each project may generate one or more

    programs, each with its own set of

    options. The Source used to create a

    target are organized into . Tool

    options may be set at the , , or

    level.

    The Vision3 Editor includes all the standard

    features you are accustomed to in a

    professional editor. Color syntax highlighting

    and text indentation are optimized for editing

    C source files. Most editor functions may be

    quickly accessed from the toolbars. While

    debugging, the editor is available so you can

    easily make changes to your source code.

    The Vision3 Editor allows you to set

    breakpoints while creating your C or

    assembler source. You may use the context

    menu or the Editor Toolbar to insert

    breakpoints. Breakpoints you set while editing

    are activated in your debugging session.

    In addition to simple breakpoints, the Vision3

    Debugger supports complex breakpoints (with

    conditional or logical expressions) and

    memory access breakpoints (with read/write

    access from an address or range).

    The Vision3 Debugger provides code

    coverage statistics for verification of safety-

    critical applications. Output includes:

    Non-executed Instructions,

    Skipped Instructions,

    Partially Executed Instructions,

    and Fully Executed Instructions.

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    Target

    Files

    Groups

    Target Group

    File

    Target

    Source File

    Include File

    Group

    Select the Target from the Build Toolbar.

    Selected Line

    Attribute Column

    Bookmark

    Non-Executable

    Enabled Breakpoint

    Executed Code

    Next Statement

    Disabled Breakpoint

    Unexecuted Code

    Quickly Select Documents from the Workbook Bar

    Use Screen Splits to View Two Source Code Sections

    The Device Database™ simplifies tool configuration dialogs.

  • High-Speed Instruction-Set

    and Peripheral Simulation

    Debug Scripts

    Simulation Extensions

    The Vision3 Debugger simulates the

    complete ARM instruction-set as well as the

    on-chip peripherals for each device.

    Peripheral simulation is composed of:

    Dialog boxes that allow you to view and

    rapidly configure peripherals.

    Virtual Registers that allow you to control

    peripherals using breakpoints or the built-

    in debug script language.

    Using nothing more than the provided

    simulation support and debug scripts, you can

    create a high-fidelity simulation of your actual

    target hardware and environment. No extra

    hardware or test equipment is required.

    The Vision3 Debugger incorporates a C

    script language you can use to create:

    Signal functions that simulate analog and

    digital input to the microcontroller. Signal

    functions run in the background while

    Vision3 simulates your target program.

    User functions that extend the command

    scope or combine repetitive operations.

    In addition, the Vision3 Debugger includes

    many built-in functions (like printf, memset,

    rand, and so on).

    Debug functions may be invoked from the

    Command Window (by typing the function

    name) or they may be attached to Breakpoints

    or to Toolbox Buttons.

    Various debugger output may be directed to

    log files for long-term storage, analysis, and

    regression testing.

    The Vision3 Debugger supports a DLL-based

    simulation interface for implementing user-

    defined peripherals. The (Advanced

    Simulator Interface) provides a flexible and

    easy way to implement the behavior and

    dialogs necessary for a new peripheral.

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    Peripheral dialogs display detailed status information

    and aid in driver development.

    Create Debug Functions with the Function Editor.

  • 4 ARM Development Tools Copyright © 2002-2004 Keil Elektronik GmbH & Keil Software, Inc. All rights reserved.

    Information in this data sheet is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Keil Software.

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    Advantages of µVision3 for ARM

    The Adapter

    connects the

    Download target programs,

    Examine memory and registers,

    ULINK USB-JTAG

    µVision3 Debugger to the

    JTAG port pins of your ARM device.

    ULINK allows you to:

    Single-step through programs,

    Insert multiple breakpoints,

    Run programs in real-time,

    Program on-chip FLASH.

    ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter

    The Vision3 Simulator is the only debugger that

    completely simulates all on-chip peripherals of the Analog

    Devices, Atmel, Philips, and Samsung smart card ARM

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    hardware is available. Investigate different hardware

    configurations to optimize the hardware design.

    Feature Benefit

    Simulation capabilities may be expanded using the Advanced

    Simulation Interface (AGSI).

    Quickly access development tools and third-party tools. All

    configuration details are saved in the Vision3 project.µ

    Sophisticated systems can be accurately simulated by adding

    your own peripheral drivers.

    The Code Coverage feature of the Vision3 Simulator

    provides statistical analysis of your program’s execution.

    µ Safety-critical systems can be thoroughly tested and

    validated. Execution analysis reports can be viewed and

    printed for certification requirements.

    The Vision3 Device Database automatically configures the

    development tools for the target microcontroller.

    µ Mistakes in tool settings are practically eliminated and tool

    configuration time is minimized.

    The Vision3 IDE integrates additional third-party tools like

    VCS, CASE, and FLASH/Device Programming.

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    Shortens your learning curve.Identical Target Debugger and Simulator User Interface.

    µVision3 incorporates project manager, editor, and

    debugger in a single environment.

    Accelerates application development. While editing, you

    may configure debugger features. While debugging, you

    may make source code modifications.

    ULINK connects the PC USB Port to the

    JTAG interface of the ARM device.

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