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resources:eval:user-guides:eval-adicup3029:tools:cces_user_guide [10 Oct 2017 21:25]
Brandon Bushey [Enabling/Disabling Semihosting] adding more clarity
resources:eval:user-guides:eval-adicup3029:tools:cces_user_guide [03 Mar 2018 09:39]
Andrew McLachlan [Workspace and Projects]
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   - How to start and stop debugging an ADuCM3029 application   - How to start and stop debugging an ADuCM3029 application
   - How to create an Intel Hex (.hex) file from an ADuCM3029 application   - How to create an Intel Hex (.hex) file from an ADuCM3029 application
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 +We have a playlist of **YOUTUBE VIDEOS** that can help you understand different functions and features of CrossCore Embedded Studio. [[https://​www.youtube.com/​playlist?​list=PLiwaj4qabLWycR06TNf8eqSwX7qkDbSu_ | CrossCore Embedded Studio Videos ]]
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 ===== Workspace and Projects ===== ===== Workspace and Projects =====
  
-A CCES workspace is a folder (e.g. c:​\Users\anon\cces\2.6.0) that contains project resources and metadata.+A CCES workspace is a folder (e.g. c:​\Users\anon\cces\2.7.0) that contains project resources and metadata.
 When projects are created or imported, details about that project are stored in the workspace. The workspace metadata also includes preferences set through the CCES Preferences dialog box and IDE window layouts. When projects are created or imported, details about that project are stored in the workspace. The workspace metadata also includes preferences set through the CCES Preferences dialog box and IDE window layouts.
 By default, CCES creates new projects within your workspace folder. By default, CCES creates new projects within your workspace folder.
resources/eval/user-guides/eval-adicup3029/tools/cces_user_guide.txt · Last modified: 03 Mar 2018 09:40 by Andrew McLachlan