The following exercises will walk you through a typical use case involving the four runtime analysis features of Test RealTime to which you have just been introduced. Pay close attention not only to the capabilities of these features but also to how they are used. The better you understand these features, the more quickly you will be able to adopt them within your own development process.
If you have never run this tutorial before, make sure your machine has a temporary folder in which you can store the test project you will be creating. For the tutorial, it is assumed that the test project will be stored in a folder called tmp.
If you have run this tutorial before, do not forget to undo the source file edits you made the last time you ran through it. The following files are modified during the tutorial:
If you intend to use Microsoft Visual C/C++, but installed
it after installing the product you will need to update the associated
TDP. If the product was installed after Microsoft Visual C/C++ then no
changes need to be made.
See this page if you need to update the TDP.
To run the tutorial without Microsoft Visual Studio:
For Windows: install a recommended GNU C and C++ compiler - click here for instructions. For Solaris, Linux and AIX: use the native C and C++ compiler already installed on your machine
During installation of the product:
On Windows: A local Microsoft Visual Studio compiler and JDK are located, based on registry settings. Only the compiler and JDK located during installation will be accessible within the product.
On UNIX or Linux: The user is confronted by two interactive dialogs. These dialogs serve to clarify the location of the local GNU compiler and (if present) local JDK. Only the GNU compiler and JDK specified within these dialogs will be accessible within the product.
To make a different compiler available for the product:
From the Tools menu, select Target Deployment Port Editor and Start
In the Target Deployment Port Editor, from the File menu, select Open
Open the .xdp file corresponding to the new compiler for which you would like to generate support
In the Target Deployment Port Editor, from the File menu, select Save and Generate
Close the Target Deployment Port Editor