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Tools such as the system profiler and application profiler let developers pinpoint where — in both single-core and multi-core systems — optimizations will most improve performance, while tools such as the code coverage tool and Valgrind provide everything necessary for building the most anx and reliable embedded systems possible.
Developers can use the target navigator to perform numerous tasks:.
Run QNX Neutrino on your target. Find and fix a memory leak in a program. Technical support option To obtain technical support for any QNX product, visit the Support area on our website www.
QNX Momentics - IDE User's Guide
They can quickly target areas of highly used code for debugging, performance analysis, and optimization. Eclipse provides well-defined interfaces to ensure that tools work together seamlessly.
Build OS and Flash Mometics. How the coverage tool works.
Use the QNX help system. Learn how to use one of the IDE's wizards. The QNX Momentics Tool Suite offers all the development and debugging features commonly found in other Eclipse-based IDEs, plus unique QNX capabilities, such as multi-core system profiling and extensible embedded target diagnosis and debugging. Views from any of the other tools can be opened directly in the source debugger to provide complete application state and data information.
The QNX Momentics Tool Suite provides productivity and quality analysis tools that accelerate all phases of product moomentics, such as:. It also allows them to either modify the test suite to run the code or remove the code if no longer needed. The system idr simplifies the building of OS images for embedded systems, saving developers countless hours when they create boot images for RAM, and custom Flash file system images.
They can plug in third-party tools, or build their own plug-ins using the industry-standard Eclipse framework.
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The IDE includes a target system information tool that provides a wealth of live and post-mortem information from the target system:. Use the IDE's help system. Run through the IDE tutorials. Look up a keyboard shortcut.
QNX Momentics Professional Edition IDE 4.0.x
Examine your system's performance, kernel events, etc. Wizards for quickly and easily creating projects A system builder for generating target images with pre-built files A code coverage tool for highlighting exercised source code paths for speedier and more thorough quality assurance.
Developers can work in either a command-line or a graphical IDE environment, and take advantage of many productivity features, such as wizards, code editors, and flexible makefile structures.
With moomentics IDE, developers can manage all source code in just one environment.
All tools share the same look and feel, so developers only momenrics to learn one user interface. Specify a workspace locationPerspectivesViewsand Editors. Like the application profiler, the system profiler can help pinpoint areas that need improvement at a system-wide level: Like the application profiler, the ise profiler can help pinpoint areas that need improvement at a system-wide level:.
Once you momentixs the basic concepts, you're ready to begin the typical cycle of setting up your projects, writing code, debugging, testing, and finally fine-tuning your target system. With the QNX Momentics Tool Suite application profiler, developers can examine the overall performance of programs, no matter how large or complex, without following the source one line at a time. Exercise a test suite.
You'll find a wide range of support options, momentic community forums. Project and Wizard Properties Reference. Define targets and connect to them Associate a default project, such as a system image, with a specific target system Determine the accessibility of all target boards and devices Choose a specific target for an action, such as launching Telnet session Show information for connection, memory allocation, memory, process, and signal information views.