MAP Viewer V.3.00 User`s Manual

MAP Viewer V.3.00
User’s Manual
Rev.2.00 2010.04
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MAP Viewer V.3.00
Contents
Contents
Contents........................................................................................................................................3
List of Figures ..............................................................................................................................4
List of Tables ................................................................................................................................4
1.
Outline of the Map Viewer .....................................................................................................5
1.1.
2.
Window Structure............................................................................................................5
1.1.1.
The Main Window .....................................................................................................5
1.1.2.
Left-side Window (Outline View Window) ................................................................8
1.1.3.
The display range of Memory Size Image.................................................................9
1.1.4.
Right-side Window (Detail View Window) .............................................................. 10
1.1.5.
Display size of each listing item ............................................................................. 11
1.1.6.
MapView Dialog ...................................................................................................... 11
1.1.7.
Find Dialog Box ...................................................................................................... 12
Using the Map Viewer.......................................................................................................... 13
2.1.
Starting and Exiting the Map Viewer ........................................................................... 13
2.1.1.
Starting the Map Viewer ........................................................................................ 13
2.1.2.
Exiting the Map Viewer .......................................................................................... 14
2.1.3.
Opening a File......................................................................................................... 14
2.2.
Manipulating the Contents of Display .......................................................................... 15
2.2.1.
Showing a Memory Size Image on the Left-side window ....................................... 15
2.2.2.
Showing a Section List Image on the Left-side window ......................................... 15
2.2.3.
Showing the module’s local information on the Right-side window ....................... 15
2.2.4.
Showing .EQU symbol information on the Right-side window .............................. 15
2.2.5.
Showing C language function information on the Right-side window ................... 15
2.2.6.
Showing 0 size section information on the Right-side window .............................. 16
2.3.
How to Print .................................................................................................................. 16
2.3.1.
Setting the printer .................................................................................................. 16
2.3.2.
Showing the printing preview ................................................................................ 16
2.3.3.
Check the number of pages..................................................................................... 16
2.3.4.
Print ........................................................................................................................ 16
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List of Figures
Figure 1. The Main Window...................................................................................................5
Figure 2. Main Window Toolbar.............................................................................................6
Figure 3. Main Window Menu ...............................................................................................7
Figure 4. Left-side Window (Outline View Window) .............................................................8
Figure 5. Right-side Window(Detail View Window) ............................................................ 10
Figure 6. MapView Dialog Box ............................................................................................ 11
Figure 7. Find Dialog Box .................................................................................................... 12
List of Tables
Table 1. Contents of the Main Window Toolbar .....................................................................6
Table 2. Contents of the Main Window Menu........................................................................7
Table 3. Display by Section Type ...........................................................................................9
Table 4. Display Format of the Right-side Window ............................................................. 10
Table 5. Items on the MapView Dialog Box ......................................................................... 11
Table 6. Items on the Find Dialog Box ................................................................................ 12
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1. Outline of the Map Viewer
The Map Viewer is a GUI utility to show the map information of absolute module files
output by M3T-NC30WA, M3T-NC308WA, M3T-NC79WA, or M3T-CC32R in Windows.
1.1.
Window Structure
1.1.1. The Main Window
Menu
Toolbar
Left-side window
Right-side window
Figure 1. The Main Window
This is the main window of the Map Viewer. This window appears first when you start the
Map Viewer. The main window has the primary commands assigned to its toolbar. The map
information being displayed can be changed by clicking a toolbar button.
The map information of the absolute module file entered using the [Open] button or from
the [File] menu is displayed on the Left-side window for outline information and on the
Right-side window for detail information. The Left-side window shows the whole of the
absolute module file, while the Right-side window shows information on each section of the
file. The display start position on the Right-side window is marked with “>>” on the
Left-side window.
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Section List Image
Zoom In
Memory Size Image
Zoom Out
Find
Version
Figure 2. Main Window Toolbar
Table 1. Contents of the Main Window Toolbar
Item
Content
Remark
Opens the [Open] dialog box, from which to load
Open
the absolute file.
Shows what is displayed on the Left-side window
Section List Image in a section list image.
Shows what is displayed on the Left-side window
Memory
Size in a memory size image.
Image
Zooms in a memory size image.
Zoom In
Zooms out a memory size image.
Zoom Out
Opens the [Find] dialog box, from which to
Find
search.
Shows the version of the Map Viewer.
Version
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Figure 3. Main Window Menu
Table 2. Contents of the Main Window Menu
Item
File
Open…
Printer Set Up
Print Preview
Print
Exit
View
Tool Bar
Status Bar
Option
MapView…
Find…
Font…
Help
Index
About…
Content
Opens the [Open] dialog box, from which to load
the absolute file.
Sets up the printer.
Previews to print the right-side window.
Prints the right-side window.
Closes the Map Viewer.
Shows/hides the toolbar.
Shows/hides the status bar.
Opens the [MapView] dialog box, from which to
set the contents of display.
Opens the [Find] dialog box, from which to
search.
Opens the [Font] dialog box, from which to
change fonts.
Opens the help file.
Shows the version of the Map Viewer.
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1.1.2. Left-side Window (Outline View Window)
(a) Memory Size Image
(b) Memory Size Image(Zoom)
(c) Section List Image
Figure 4. Left-side Window (Outline View Window)
The Left-side window of the Map Viewer shows the entire image of the absolute module file.
This entire image is shown like the one in Figure 4 (a) by using the [Memory Size Image]
button or by check for [Memory Size] from the [Map View] dialog box. The Memory Size
frame is adjusted to the window size.
In Memory Size Image, the zoom function is supported with the [Zoom In] button and the
[Zoom Out] button. The display in Figure 4 (b) is produced by using the [Zoom In] button.
Moreover, the display range can be set up with the [Start] text box and the [End] text box
of the [MapView] dialog.
In Memory Size Image, sections displayed in the Memory Size frame may overlap one on
top of another. In such a case, they are marked with “...” to indicate that multiple sections
exist.
The display in Figure 4 (c) is produced by using the [Section List Image] button or by check
for [Section List] from the [Map View] dialog box.
The marking “>>” shown on the Left-side window indicates the position of the first section
shown on the Right-side window. Also, the Left-side window has a function which allows you
to show any section on the Right-side window by right-clicking on the appropriate position
on the Left-side window.
On the Map Viewer, sections are displayed in the manner shown below depending on
section types.
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Table 3. Display by Section Type
Section type
DATA
ROMDATA
CODE
Memory Size Image
Area displayed in
yellow
Area displayed in
green
Area displayed in
blue
Section List Image
Displayed in yellow
and with [D]
Displayed in green
and with [R]
Displayed in blue
and with [C]
Right-side window
Displayed in yellow
and with [D]
Displayed in green
and with [R]
Displayed in blue
and with [C]
1.1.3. The display range of Memory Size Image
In Memory Size Image, the display range is between the minimum address which MCU has,
and the maximum address. This frame is adjusted to the window size. This display range
can be changed by the [MapView] dialog box from the [Option] menu. Also in this case, This
frame is adjusted to the window size, too.
In addition, there is a zoom function. If the [Zoom In] button is pushed, the frame become
double. Moreover, if the [Zoom Out] button is pushed, a frame become half. This zoom
function can be performed to five stages. The scroll bar is displayed as responding necessity.
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1.1.4. Right-side Window (Detail View Window)
(a) Default display
(b) Function information added
Figure 5. Right-side Window(Detail View Window)
The Right-side window (detail view window) of the Map Viewer shows detail information on
the absolute module file. This window is displayed like the one in Figure 5 (b) by checking
[Local Information List], [.EQU List], or [Function List] on the [Map View] dialog box. The
size of each section is adjusted to that of display item (and is not the section size).
The table below shows the display format of each list.
Table 4. Display Format of the Right-side Window
Type of list
Section
Label
.EQU
Function
Display format
Shows the section start address, size, and section name. See Table 3
for details on how section names are displayed. When [Local
Information List] is selected, the section name is followed by a
module name.
Shows [G] (global) or [L] (local), address, and label name.
Shows [G] (global) or [L] (local), value, and .EQU name.
Shows [F], function start address, size, function name, and file
name.
On the Right-side window, if the location of any section has one of the following problems,
the start address of that section is displayed in red.
z
A section that overlaps another section
z
A section that exceeds the maximum address of the MCU
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1.1.5. Display size of each listing item
The display size of the initial state of each listing item is the size which can display the
largest character string of the item. The display width of each item can be changed by
moving the right end of each item of a title bar.
Thereby, the display width of the Right-side window can be changed.
1.1.6. MapView Dialog
Figure 6. MapView Dialog Box
The MapView dialog box is provided for setting the display formats of the Left-side and
Right-side windows.
Table 5. Items on the MapView Dialog Box
Item
Left Map Layout
Mapping Image
Memory Size
Start
End
Content
Shows map in memory size image.
Sets the start address in memory size
image.
Sets the end address in memory size
image.
Shows map in section list image.
Section List
Right Map Layout
Local
Information Turns display of local information on
List
or off.
.EQU List
Turns display of .EQU information on
or off.
C Function List
Turns display of C language function
information on or off.
Omit 0 size section
Turns display of 0 size section on or
off.
OK
Enables change of settings before
closing the dialog box.
Cancel
Disables change of settings before
closing the dialog box.
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1.1.7. Find Dialog Box
Figure 7. Find Dialog Box
The Find dialog box is used to search for the string to be displayed on the Right-side
window.
Table 6. Items on the Find Dialog Box
Item
Find What
Match Case
Wild Card
Direction
Select
Find Next
Close
Content
Remark
Specify the string to be searched.
Specify whether the string should be
discriminated between upper and
lower cases.
Enables the wild card (‘*’, ‘?’).
Specify the direction in which to
search.
Specify the type of string to search.
Searches for the next occurrence.
Closes the Find dialog box.
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Using the MapViewer
2. Using the Map Viewer
2.1.
Starting and Exiting the Map Viewer
2.1.1. Starting the Map Viewer
The Map Viewer can be started by one of the following methods.
Using the Start button
Started by clicking an icon
Open the folder that contains the Map Viewer and from this folder, double-click the
MapViewer.exe icon.
Started by specifying a file
From the [Run] dialog box of Windows or the MS-DOS prompt, enter the file name
in the format shown below.
[path to MapViewer.exe] MapViewer.exe [absolute module file name] ENTER
Started by the TM
Click the Map Viewer button on the project bar of TM V.3.00 or later. When a
project has been opened in the TM, the Map Viewer by default uses the project’s
absolute module file and shows map information on a GUI screen.
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2.1.2. Exiting the Map Viewer
Exiting from the menu
Choose [File]→[Exit] from the Map Viewer menu bar. Or open the main window’s
system menu and from that menu, choose [Close].
Exiting with shortcuts
Press the Alt+F keys and then the x key.
Exiting with the [Close] button
Click the [Close] button located at the upper right corner of the main window.
2.1.3. Opening a File
Starting from the menu
Choose [File]→[Open] from the Map Viewer menu.
Starting with shortcuts
Press the Ctrl+O keys.
Starting from the toolbar
Click the [Open] button on the toolbar.
The above operation brings up the [Open] dialog box. From that dialog box, select the
absolute module file you want.
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2.2.
Using the MapViewer
Manipulating the Contents of Display
The following shows how to manipulate the contents of display.
2.2.1. Showing a Memory Size Image on the Left-side window
To show a Memory Size Image, use one of the following methods.
z
Press the [Memory Size Image] button
z
Choose [Memory Size] from the [MapView] dialog box
2.2.2. Showing a Section List Image on the Left-side window
To show a Section List Image, use one of the following methods.
z
Press the [Section List Image] button
z
Choose [Section List] from the [MapView] dialog box
2.2.3. Showing the module’s local information on the Right-side window
To show the local information included in the module, use the following method.
z
Choose [Local Information List] from the [MapView] dialog box
2.2.4. Showing .EQU symbol information on the Right-side window
To show information on .EQU symbols, use the following method
z
Choose [.EQU List] from the [MapView] dialog box
2.2.5. Showing C language function information on the Right-side window
To show information on C language functions, use the following method.
z
Choose [C Function List] from the [MapView] dialog box
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2.2.6. Showing 0 size section information on the Right-side window
To show information on 0 size sections, use the following method.
z
2.3.
Don’t choose [Omit 0 size Section] from the [MapView] dialog box
How to Print
The following shows how to print of the Right-side window.
2.3.1. Setting the printer
To set the printer, use the following method.
z
Choose [Printer Set Up] from the [File] Menu
Since a printer setting dialog opens, the printer is set up.
2.3.2. Showing the printing preview
To show the printing preview, use the following method.
z
Choose [Print Preview] from the [File] Menu
2.3.3. Check the number of pages
To check the number of pages, show the page footer in preview of printing.
2.3.4. Print
To show preview of printing, use the following method.
z
Choose [Print] from the [File] Menu
Since a printing dialog opens, it sets variously and printing is executed by "OK " button.
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Publication Date:
Apr. 1, 2010
Rev.2.00
Published by:
Renesas Electronics Corporation
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MAP Viewer V.3.00
User’s Manual
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