Use the Functions view to display the ELF data associated with function symbols for the loaded images. You can freeze the view to prevent the information being updated by a running target.
Figure 11-16 Functions view
Right-click on the column headers to select the columns that you want displayed:
- The name of the function.
- Mangled Name
- The C++ mangled name of the function.
- Base Address
- The function entry point.
- Start Address
- The start address of the function.
- End Address
- The end address of the function.
- The size of the function in bytes.
- Compilation Unit
- The name of the compilation unit containing the function.
- The location of the ELF image containing the function.
- Show All Columns
- Displays all columns.
- Reset Columns
- Resets the columns displayed and their widths to the default. The
Compilation Unit, and
Imagecolumns are displayed by default.
In the Functions view, the functions are represented as:
Table 11-1 Function icons
|Function with a breakpoint set|
|Static function||Static function with a breakpoint set|
Toolbar and context menu options
The following options are available from the toolbar or context menu:
- Links this view to the selected connection in the Debug Control view. This is the default. Alternatively you can link the view to a different connection. If the connection you want is not shown in the drop-down list you might have to select it first in the Debug Control view.
- Searches the data in the current view for a function.
- Copies the selected functions.
- Select All
- Selects all the functions in the view.
- Run to Selection
- Runs to the selected address.
- Set PC to Selection
- Sets the PC register to the start address of the selected function.
- Show in Source
- If source code is available:
Opens the corresponding source file in the C/C++ editor view, if necessary.
Highlights the line of source associated with the selected address.
- Show in Memory
- Displays the Memory view starting at the address of the selected function.
- Show in Disassembly
- Displays the Disassembly view starting at the address of the selected function.
- Toggle Breakpoint
- Sets or removes a breakpoint at the selected address.
- Toggle Hardware Breakpoint
- Sets or removes a hardware breakpoint at the selected address.
- Toggle Trace Start Point
- Sets or removes a trace start point at the selected address.
- Toggle Trace Stop Point
- Sets or removes a trace stop point at the selected address.
- Toggle Trace Trigger Point
- Starts a trace trigger point at the selected address.
- View Menu
- The following View
Menu options are available:
- New Functions View
- Displays a new instance of the Functions view.
- Update View When Hidden
Enables the updating of the view when it is hidden behind other views. By default this view does not update when hidden.
- Refreshes the view.
- Freeze Data
- Toggles the freezing of data in the current view. This also disables or enables the Refresh option.
- Displays the Functions Filter dialog box. This enables you to filter the functions displayed in the view.