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Build Target ButtonTypically, the tool settings under Options — Target are all you need to start a new application. You may translate all source files and link the application by clicking on the Build Target toolbar button.

Output Window ButtonWhen you build an application, µVision3 displays errors, warnings, and any other messages in the Output Window — Build page. Double-click on a message to open the corresponding source file.

After building the project, you may:

  • Modify existing source code or add new source files to the project. The Build Target toolbar button translates only modified or new source files and generates the executable file. µVision3 maintains a file dependency list and knows all include files used within a source file. Even the tool options are saved in the file dependency list, so that µVision3 rebuilds files only when needed. With the Rebuild Target command, all source files are translated, regardless of modifications.
  • Test Programs with the µVision3 Debugger. The µVision3 Debugger offers two operating modes: simulator that allows you to verify your application on your PC, or Target Debugging with an Evaluation Board or your hardware platform
  • Program your application into Flash ROM. µVision3 integrates command-line driven Flash Utilities or can use the ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter for Flash programming. You may need to create a HEX file to use Flash programming utilites.
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