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Modes in Embedded Software development [message #1783035] Wed, 07 March 2018 04:10 Go to next message
MANIKANDAN V is currently offline MANIKANDAN VFriend
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I am developing Firmware for NRF51822, S110 in Eclipse Cross ARM GCC. I Heard that there is two mode in Firmware. 1. Debug mode 2. Production(release) mode. Is there anything like that in Embedded Software development? what is difference between both of them? How to switch to one mode to another?
Re: Modes in Embedded Software development [message #1783266 is a reply to message #1783035] Sat, 10 March 2018 06:34 Go to previous message
David VavraFriend
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As for using Eclipse CDT, you can read the user's guide:
However it appears you need to start with more fundamental concepts first.

Your question is too broad and out of scope for this forum.
You should read some tutorials on running and debugging programs written in C/C++.
You can find them with Google.

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