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µVision3 User's Guide

µVision3 Overview User Interface Creating Applications Utilities Debugging Debug Commands Debug Functions Simulation Flash Programming Dialogs File Device Database License Management Single-User License Floating-User License Floating License Administrator Edit Find in Files Configuration Editor Colors & Fonts User Keywords Shortcut Keys Templates View Symbol Window Project Components, Enviornment, and Books Project Components Folders/Extensions Books Multi-Project Select Device Options Device Properties Target Target (Keil ARM) Target (Keil C51) Target (Keil C166) Target (Keil C251) Target (GNU ARM) Target (RealView ARM) Output Output (Keil) Output (GNU ARM) Output (RealView ARM) Listing Listing (Keil) Listing (GNU ARM) Listing (RealView ARM) User Keil EC++ Compiler Compiler Keil CA ARM Compiler Keil Cx51 Compiler Keil C166 Compiler Keil C251 Compiler GNU ARM C Compiler RealView ARM C Compiler Assembler Keil AA ARM Assembler Keil Ax51 Assembler Keil A166 Assembler Keil A251 Assembler GNU ARM Assembler RealView ARM Assembler Linker Keil LA Locate Keil LA Misc Keil BL51 Locate Keil BL51 Misc Keil Lx51 Locate Keil Lx51 Misc Keil L166 Locate Keil L166 Misc GNU ARM Linker RealView ARM Linker Debug Utilities Batch Build Debug Breakpoints Debug Settings Logic Analyzer Memory Map Performance Analyzer Function Editor Tools Setup PC-Lint Customize Tools Menu SVCS Configure Version Control Example Programs Command Line Appendix

Target (Keil ARM)

Xtal (MHz)
Specifies the CPU clock of your device. In most cases this value is identical with the XTAL frequency.
Operating System
You may use a real-time operating system (RTOS) in your application. Keil offers different versions:
  • Advanced RTX is a very efficient RTOS which supports preemptive task switching, message and signal passing, semaphores and much more. The full version comes with source code and includes a Flash File System and extensive TCP/IP networking support.
Use On-chip ...
Specify the usage of the on-chip components which are typically enabled in the CPU setup code. Make sure that the dialog settings are identical with the CPU startup file.
External Memory
Specify all external memory areas of the target hardware. RAM is for memory that stores variables. ROM is for areas that store constants and program code (typical Flash ROM). The information is used to derive linker/locater settings. In addition, you need to configure the CPU startup code to generate the required chip select signals in your hardware.

When testing program code in RAM space, you must specify a ROM area in this dialog for the RAM that holds constants and program code.

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