Most of the time I don't want to step through debugging, I just want to download and then test through the serial port log
With the "Run" button, you can download the program without starting debugging.
> Using "Skip All Breakpoint", you still enter debugging and then exit debuggingIt is because embedded programs won't run in Windows.Use programmer tool to run separately from debugger…
You might consider using RFP to program your device instead of the debugger.
You don't mention which device you are using, I would guess it is a Renesas MCU as this is a Renesas forum, but your screen-shot shows a STM device which is a bit confusing. Some Renesas MCUs require a debug monitor that is included with the debugger programming the device, this is not included when only programming with RFP.
yes，ra can use rfp，but rz cannot use rfp。
I was going to say that st can be downloaded through eclipse without debugging, and Renesas eclipse should be able to do the same.
The "Run" button (and also Run As menus) are there mainly for native application. Don't use them in cross development environment.Use "Skip All Breakpoint" toolbar button instead.In Debug configurations view, enable "Resume" checkbox in "Runtime Options" to launch program immediately after download.
Use the RUN button to download, just a solution to st. In short, st eclipse can be downloaded separately, just like IAR and KEIL have such a separate download without entering the debugging, in the actual development is not convenient.
Using "Skip All Breakpoint", you still enter debugging and then exit debugging
> Using "Skip All Breakpoint", you still enter debugging and then exit debuggingIt is because embedded programs won't run in Windows.Use programmer tool to run separately from debugger as JimB mentioned.Emulator prevents from running program because undebugged codes should not run.Then you also need unplug emulator when start running the board alone.
Therefore, this is not able to achieve the purpose of one-click download, to enter debug and then exit