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Unformatted text preview: Vision3 IDE for Microcontrollers Vision, the popular IDE from Keil Software, combines Project Management, Source Code Editing, Program Debugging, and Flash Programming in a single, powerful environment. + Project Management, Device Setup, and Tool Configuration. + + Target Debugging or CPU & Peripheral Simulation. For experienced users, Vision3 adds new features such as Source Outlining, Function Navigation, Editor Templates, Incremental Search, 2 Configuration Wizard, Logic Analyzer, CAN and I C Simulation, Flash Programming, and JTAG Debugging. This Quick Start guide gives you the information necessary to use Vision3 for your own projects. It provides an overview of the most commonly used Vision3 features including: Editor facilities for Creating, Modifying, and Correcting Programs. The Keil Vision3 IDE supports over 700 devices including ARM-powered, XC16x, C16x, ST10, 251, and 8051-based microcontrollers. Quick Start Quick Start www.keil.com 2 Vision3 - Quick Start Project Management Vision3 ensures easy and consistent Project Management. A single project file stores source file names and saves configuration information for Compiler, Assembler, Linker, Debugger, Flash Loader, and other utilities. The Project menu provides access to project files and dialogs for project management. Open Project... loads existing project files. The Examples folder contains many useful sample applications like the Measure example that is used throughout this Quick Start guide. New Project... allows you to create your own projects. The Manage Components dialog allows you to create File Groups and Project Targets and add documents (Books) to a project. The Files Tab in the Project Workspace lists source & header files. Right-click the mouse to open context-sensitive menus. The Device Database simplifies tool configuration dialogs and provides the basic setup for the development environment. Source File Group Target Include File Device Database Project Components Users Guides & Additional Books When you start a new Vision3 project, you select the target device from the Device Database Vision3 and automatically sets required tool options and customizes dialogs. Vision3 displays only those options that are relevant to the selected device and prevents selection of incompatible directives. Just a few dialogs are required to completely configure all the tools (Assembler, Compiler, Linker, Debugger, and Flash Download Utilities). File Groups allow you to group associated files together. They may be used to separate files into functional blocks or to identify engineers in your software team. Project Targets allow you to create several programs from a single project. You may require one target for testing and another target for a release version of your application....
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- Spring '09