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The Status Bar displays information and messages about the current µVision command. The Status Bar is located at the bottom of the µVision screen and must be enabled through the menu View - Status Bar.
The following message types are displayed:
Debugging and tracing messages depend on the currently used debug adapter and are described in:
Client mode is shown for the secondary debug connection in a multi-core environment.
Debug channel is the active debug adapter. Can be the name of the AGDI Debug Driver or Simulation when debugging with the Simulator.
Execution timers display time information. Hover the mouse over the field to view all available timers. Right click on the field to switch to another one or reset a timer. Execution timers are reset the following way:
Cursor position shows the cursor position in the current editor file (L: line number, C: column number).
Editor and keyboard Status:
Status Bar for Armv8-M Architecture
The Status Bar shows whether the application, debugger, or trace is running in the Secure or Non-Secure memory area. All combinations are possible. The red color of a message should raise your attention that limitations exist for the debug connection. For example, when the debugger has no rights to access a secure memory area and the application is executing that code.
The CPU State corresponds to the Secure or Non-Secure entry in the Registers Window.
The Debugger State shows the access rights of the debugger.
The Trace Message shows the access rights of the trace unit and the trace status. For a description of the trace status, refer to the documentation of your debugger.
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