SOFTUNE EXPRESS - Function of SDT | Cypress Semiconductors
SOFTUNE EXPRESS - Function of SDT
SDT provides the function of management, editing, debugging, and cooperation tool.
- Syntax coloring
- Auto indent
- Argument viewing
- Code completion
- Difference viewing
- Code refactoring
- Outline viewing
This function can manage the SDT project.
Also, this function provides the conversion from a SOFTUNE project to SDT project.
Creating source/editing source
This function can edit the souce file in the SDT project
Option settings of SOFTUNE language
This function can set the SOFTUNE compier option and SOFTUNE linker option on GUI.
This function can create the SOFTUNE load module.
This function can view the coloring C/C++ keyword.
This function can set the auto indenting for C/C++ source.
This function can view the argument of C/C++ function in editing source.
This function can complete the code of C/C++ function in editing source.
This function can view the different points of C/C++ source files.
This function can rename the all points of declaration name and reference name in changing function/variable name.
This function can view the structure of source file in outline window.
After selecting a SOFTUNE load module file, please click "Launch SOFTUNE" menu. Therefore, the SOFTUNE load module can debug on the SOFTUNE Workbench.
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