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john_kennedy
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Registered: ‎11-23-2009

SDK-XMD command line history

Is there any way in the SDK debugger XMD console to access the command line history, up arrow and down arrow don't seem to work?
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vsiva
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Yes, it is not there. We are trying to add that feature in 12.1
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sbonafede
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I'm running 10.1 sp3, but I assume this works for later versions.

 

You can run XMD from a seperate EDK Shell and get history.  This works while having SDK open and in a debugging session.

Message Edited by sbonafede on 11-24-2009 08:35 AM
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dsp
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Your original posting has been around for a while, so I assume you have had your answer for some time. However, since others may be reading this, note that you can open and close projects within the worksapce and even non-destructively delete them to get them out of site. The delete dialog assumes you do NOT want to delete the project in the file system, but merely remove it from the list of active projects in Project Explorer.

 

In other news, be careful about changing things outside of the SDK Interactive Development Environment (IDE). Eclipse, upon which the IDE is based, is notorious for requiring you to use the refresh command to make such a change visible to the IDE.

dsp
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