INI, under the section [UV2], create a CDBx entry as shown below. [UV2] CDB0=” path\”(“Our Smart Cards”). This allows accessing the Device. I’ve been trying to get uVision2 to work with ClearCase. I opened configuration file for ClearCase in \KEIL\UV2 directory. Then, I’m able to open clearcase. INI which is stored relative to the UV2\ program. Note that the PATH variables in specify the default location for the compiler toolchain.
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You should encounter no errors when building sample projects. Is some way how to add my own support for these lines to kfil native serial port module? By continuing to use our site, you consent to our cookies. Andrew Neil Yes – it is described in the manual!
How can I add a specific chip into the device database of Keil UV2?
Run the application using the toolbar button or the menu Debug – Run. If it’s not documented, you’d have to ask Keil support direct Roman Horvath I’ll try to use one port for modem lines and another for uv2’s communication and I join them physically A target CPU is not needed.
The following picture shows a possible screen layout: The program continues executing and displays the text “Hello World” in the serial window.
Your Win32 code will access the PC’s resurces in u2 normal Win32 ways! In the AGSI documentation isn’t information about serial ports.
is there a way to build a UV2 project from command prompt?
For uVision to find your hello. By continuing to use our ,eil, you consent to our cookies. If not, you will have to provide your own simulation support – there’s an Application note that describes how to do it AGSI? Products Download Events Support Videos. Older versions have the extension. Andrew Neil “if I add ‘-b’ argument into this line, it still can ekil build this project” Ug2 this instead: Maybe I’ll be succeed.
The program prints the text “Hello World” to a serial port. Place the mouse cursor over a variable to view its value. By default, a uuv2 has been set to stop execution there. I think maybe there is something wrong with the software product or my environment settings. Can’t read project file “hello. You may also press ESC in the window Command. It’s implemented in uv2 realy fair now. Use the toolbar button or the menu View – Serial Windows. For serial stuff on Win32, you could try TurboPower – it’s all now open-source: I tried for this, hello project can be opened.
Projects have the extension. Andrew Neil “yes, I read the information” So why didn’t you say so?!