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Running Codewarrior from a graphical interface

Started by cnnrgrdnr September 3, 2003

I require to run my codewarrior programs from a graphical interface
using a graphical interface package. For example i will click on a
DEBUG SPI button and then this will link to codewarrior and debug the
program. Then once the code has been debugged i can then click on
another button saying RUN PROGRAM and then the Graphical interface
will connect to codewarrior an run the program.

Does anybody know what I need to connect to on codewarrior to start
a program debug, or a run?



You could probably do this if you create a script using either perl
or TCL/TK. I have seen some customers who have projects that are
created automatically just by creating a script that they execute.
When the script is executed it will open up the IDE and create a
project and so forth so you could probably be able to do the same
thing using a script.

- Irene
--- In , "cnnrgrdnr" <cnnrgrdnr@y...>
wrote:
>
> I require to run my codewarrior programs from a graphical
interface
> using a graphical interface package. For example i will click on a
> DEBUG SPI button and then this will link to codewarrior and debug
the
> program. Then once the code has been debugged i can then click on
> another button saying RUN PROGRAM and then the Graphical interface
> will connect to codewarrior an run the program.
>
> Does anybody know what I need to connect to on codewarrior to
start
> a program debug, or a run?




I have another suggestion for you. There is a utility called
PCMaster that comes with the Motorola SDK that will allow you to do
this as well.

- Irene

--- In , "cnnrgrdnr" <cnnrgrdnr@y...>
wrote:
>
> I require to run my codewarrior programs from a graphical
interface
> using a graphical interface package. For example i will click on a
> DEBUG SPI button and then this will link to codewarrior and debug
the
> program. Then once the code has been debugged i can then click on
> another button saying RUN PROGRAM and then the Graphical interface
> will connect to codewarrior an run the program.
>
> Does anybody know what I need to connect to on codewarrior to
start
> a program debug, or a run?