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 User’s Guide: Hello: Your first Embedded Program
The following picture shows a possible screen layout: Use single-stepping commands from the toolbar or the menu Debug. Use the toolbar button or the menu View – Serial Windows.
The program continues executing and displays ub2 text “Hello World” in the serial window.
Of course through agsi library. I just type it in the hello project’s directory.
How can I add a specific chip into the device database of Keil UV2?
Your Win32 code will access the PC’s resurces in the normal Win32 ways! If it’s not documented, you’d have to ask Keil support direct By continuing to use our site, you consent to our cookies. I doubt that will work.
The status of the build process is shown in the window Build Output. Your first Embedded Program Measure: The only on-chip peripheral used is the serial port along oeil a baudrate generator. For serial stuff on Win32, you could try TurboPower – it’s all now open-source: I just run it following the mannual strictly. Products Download Events Support Videos. I failed to build both my working project and keil’s sample project such as Hello project.
Andrew Neil “if I add ‘-b’ argument into this line, it still can not build this project” Try this instead: Run the application using the toolbar button or the menu Debug – Run.
Roman Horvath Thank kel Andy.