DS-5 SoC and Platform Support lists which platforms DS-5 supports. If your target is not listed on this page, create a platform configuration for your target.
DS-5 Supported Processor Cores lists which processor cores DS-5 supports. If your processor is not listed on this page, try connecting and debugging the processor with DS-5 anyway. Debugging might work because DS-5 provides generic Arm architecture support. If you are still unable to connect to or debug the processor, refer to the I need help connecting to my target. Where do I go? section of this page.
Note: Your DS-5 license determines which processors you can debug. Compare section of Which version of Arm DS-5 Development Studio is right for me? contains a comparison table which lists the processors each DS-5 edition supports.
Note: DS-5 is no longer being developed, so no further processor or platform support is available.
Eclipse for DS-5 uses a perspective called DS-5 Configuration to add platform configurations to DS-5. The DS-5 Configuration perspective uses the Platform Configuration Editor (PCE) to generate platform configurations.
Generate a platform configuration with DS-5 using:
When connecting to a new target, it is recommended that users try autodetecting the target with PCE first. If autodetection does not complete, read the Platform Configuration Editor (PCE) autodetection did not work. Why? section of this page.