I'm using CCS 4.1, and I found some small issues that I think could fixed easily to make the use easier and faster.
- I cannot found a way to assign a key to "free run" command. it can be accessed only using mouse.
- If I recompile and run a project, breakpoints in ISR are not taken. I found that if I reset and then run breakpoint are correctly processed.
- there is no way to "restart" external emulator. I'm using XDS100 USB, and if it hangs (e.g. because I turn off the board or for EMI ) I must close and open the ccs to access emulator again.
- drag and drop of variables within watch window don't work as expected, because when moving a variable watch (to make the watch window more radable), the variable is always dropped at the end of the window (and not when I drop it), and a copy is left in the original place.
- drag&drop in projects windows don't work in "normal" way. I expect I can drop a file from outside and it is automatically added in project, and if I drag a file from project to a folder it is copied.. it should be the "normal" behaviour, I think .
- I also suggest to add a function to "export" a project to a folder. If I have a project where some libraries are linked and not copied in the project, it could be a problem to move that project to another machine or to backup it. It would be nice to have the option to copy all the files needed in the project to a specific folder.
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