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FAQ ID # 118
 
Question
How do I configure WinIDE to launch Readelf?
 
Answer
You may use WinIDE to execute Readelf automatically after every compilation, or you may configure WinIDE as a stand-alone ELF/DWARF viewer.

First, install PKGCFZ_PRO or PKGPPCNEXUS.

To configure WinIDE to execute Readelf after compiling with GCC:

1.  Create a new project from template or open an existing C language project.
2.  Within WinIDE, choose Environment menu - Environment Settings - Assembler/Compiler tab - Compiler Options (General).
3.  Check "Process ELF/DWARF File with READELF".
4.  Confirm the READELF Output File.
5.  Hit OK on all dialogs.
6.  Choose Environment menu - Save Project As.

When you hit F4 to compile, Readelf will process the compiled ELF/DWARF file and output a text file.  For easy access, add the READELF Output File (from above) to your project.  Use the WinIDE Environment menu - Add Files to Project, then save the project.  The file name appears on the right pane; click to open.

To configure WinIDE as a stand-alone ELF/DWARF viewer, create an empty project:

1.  Download the appropriate template, linked below.  Close WinIDE, if open.  Extract template to the emplates subdirectory.
2.  Launch WinIDE.  Create a project from the new template.  Choose Environment menu - New Project From Template, then choose EMPTY_CF_PROJECT or EMPTY_NEXUS_PROJECT.
3.  Within WinIDE, choose Environment menu - Environment Settings - Assembler/Compiler tab - Compiler Options (General).
4.  Check "Run READELF Only (Do Not Build)".
5.  Set the ELF/DWARF Input File
6.  Hit OK on all dialogs.

When you hit F4, only Readelf will execute, processing the specified ELF/DWARF file and outputting a text file.  For easy access, the READELF Output File appears on the right pane; click to open.
 

 
Related Downloads
64K ColdFire Starter C Development Kit - The 64K Starter Edition of PEmicro's PKGCFZPRO software development package provides the capability to compile, debug, and flash program up to 64KB of user C code for ColdFire devices. This software suite includes the PEmicro In Circuit Debugger, Flash Programmer, and WinIDE integrated environment with built-in GCC Compiler.

64K Power Architecture 55xx Starter C Development Kit - The 64K Starter Edition of PEmicro's PKGPPCNEXUS software development package provides the capability to compile, debug, and flash program up to 64KB of user C code for Power Architecture 55xx devices. This software suite includes the PEmicro In Circuit Debugger, Flash Programmer, and WinIDE integrated environment with built-in GCC Compiler.

PKGCFZ_PRO Template: EMPTY_CF_PROJECT - This WinIDE template creates a GNU compiler project with no source files. Extract to the \templates subdirectory.

PKGPPCNEXUS Template: EMPTY_NEXUS_PROJECT - This WinIDE template creates a GNU compiler project with no source files. Extract to the \templates subdirectory.

 
Architectures Categories Products
ColdFire V2/V3/V4, Qorivva MPC5xxx, ColdFire V1 IDE - Integrated Development Environment, Development Kit / Package PKGPPCNEXUS, PKGCFZ_PRO, PKGCFZ_PRO_CMAX, PKGPPCNEXUS_CMAX
 
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