The µVision User Interface offers menus, toolbars, keyboard
shortcuts, dialog boxes, and windows to manage the various aspects of
your embedded project.
Menu bars provide commands for editor operations,
project maintenance, development tool option settings, program
debugging, external tool control, window selection and
manipulation, and on-line help.
Toolbar buttons execute the most common µVision
µVision GUI describes the
explains how windows can be moved and how docking helper controls
support you in positioning windows.
Using the Editor
describes editor features and configuration options.
File Menu and Commands lists the
commands to manipulate files. Access the license manager and Device
Database from this menu.
Edit Menu and Commands lists the
commands that are accessible when working with the editor. Navigate
between bookmarks, configure the editor, set syntax highlighting,
and define short-keys, keywords, and templates from this menu.
View Menu lists the commands that
display or hide the Status Bar, toolbars, and windows. While in
Debug Mode, you can enforce windows to refresh periodically from
Project Menu and Commands
lists the commands available to control your project.
Flash Menu lists the commands
and options available for Flash programming.
Debug Menu and Commands lists
the commands to debug the application as: set or remove
breakpoints, single stepping commands, execution profiling, and
call the debug-function editor.
Peripherals Menu lists the
peripherals that are currently simulated. The list is CPU
Tools Menu offers the
possibility to link third-party tools to µVision. Customize this
menu to your needs.
SVCS Menu offers access to
software version control systems. This menu can be customized.
Window Menu lists the commands
to split, tile, and close text editor windows.
Help Menu lists commands to
contact the support, open various help systems, and to access
Status Bar provides editor,
debugger, and command line information.
Keyboard shortcuts offer
quick access to µVision commands. Define your own short-keys.
Project Window provides the
project structure with access to all included files and
Books Window gives access to
books and manuals that are part of your project. You may add and
view relevant documents through this feature.
Functions Window browse
through your source code. Gives a comprehensive overview of the
existing modules and functions in the code.
Templates Window gives
access to templates. Define, change, and use templates through this