611 About debugging TrustZone enabled targets on page 6 162 Related references

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6.11 About debugging TrustZone enabled targets on page 6-162 . Related references 3.13 Setting a tracepoint on page 3-89 . 3.8 Conditional breakpoints on page 3-81 . 3.9 Assigning conditions to an existing breakpoint on page 3-82 . 3.12 Pending breakpoints and watchpoints on page 3-87 . Chapter 11 DS-5 Debug Perspectives and Views on page 11-266 . 11 DS-5 Debug Perspectives and Views 11.28 Variables view ARM 100953_0527_00_en Copyright © 2010–2017 ARM Limited or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 11-349 Non-Confidential
11.29 Timed Auto-Refresh Properties dialog box Use the Timed Auto-Refresh Properties dialog box to modify the update interval settings. Update Interval Specifies the auto refresh interval in seconds. Update When Specifies when to refresh the view: Running Refreshes the view only while the target is running. Stopped Refreshes the view only while the target is stopped. Always Always refreshes the view. Note When you select Running or Always , the Memory and Screen views are only updated if the target supports access to that memory when running. For example, some CoreSight targets support access to physical memory at any time through the Debug Access Port (DAP) to the Advanced High-performance Bus Access Port (AHB-AP) bridge. In those cases, add the AHB: prefix to the address selected in the Memory or Screen views. This type of access bypasses any cache on the CPU core, so the memory content returned might be different to the value that the core reads. Figure 11-40 Timed Auto-Refresh Properties dialog box 11 DS-5 Debug Perspectives and Views 11.29 Timed Auto-Refresh Properties dialog box ARM 100953_0527_00_en Copyright © 2010–2017 ARM Limited or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 11-350 Non-Confidential
11.30 Memory Exporter dialog box Use the Memory Exporter dialog box to generate a file containing the data from a specific region of memory. Memory Bounds Specifies the memory region to export: Start Address Specifies the start address for the memory. End Address Specifies the inclusive end address for the memory. Length in Bytes Specifies the number of bytes. Output Format Specifies the output format: Binary. This is the default. Intel Hex-32. Motorola 32-bit (S-records). Byte oriented hexadecimal (Verilog Memory Model). Export Filename Enter the location of the output file in the field provided or click on: File System... to locate the output file in an external folder Workspace... to locate the output file in a workspace project. Figure 11-41 Memory Exporter dialog box 11 DS-5 Debug Perspectives and Views 11.30 Memory Exporter dialog box ARM 100953_0527_00_en Copyright © 2010–2017 ARM Limited or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 11-351 Non-Confidential
11.31 Memory Importer dialog box Use the Memory Importer dialog box to import data from a file into memory. Offset to Embedded Address Specifies an offset that is added to all addresses in the image prior to importing it. Some image formats do not contain embedded addresses and in this case the offset is the absolute address to which the image is imported.

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