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µVISION DEBUGGER: WHAT DO THE CODE COVERAGE COLORS MEAN?


Information in this article applies to:

  • µVision Version 2.10 and Later

SYMPTOMS

In µVision, different colors are displayed on the left side of the assembly window when viewing code coverage details. What do the different colors mean?

STATUS

The colors displayed on the left of the assembly window indicate the status of the corresponding instruction.

  • Light Grey: Indicates that there is no instruction on this line.
  • Dark Grey: Indicates that the instruction has not yet been executed.
  • Orange: Indicates that the instruction is a conditional branch that has been executed, but the condition has never tested true (the branch has never been taken).
  • Cyan: Indicates that the instruction is a conditional branch that has been executed, but the condition has never tested false (the branch has always been taken).
  • Green: Indicates that the instruction has been executed. In the case of a conditional branch, the condition has tested true and false at least once.

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Last Reviewed: Monday, May 31, 2004


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