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If you use the full version of RT-Thread, the size compiled by GCC is generally large. It is recommended that you create a simplified version of RT-Thread nano type project, so that the size will be smaller. If you want to create a release build configuration, you need to create it based on the debug configuration. You need to know how to set the gcc compiler parameters to reduce the compiled size.

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create a new build configuration by this menu
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You can ignore that warning, it will not affect the normal operation of the program

Would you upload the log file, so i can check the error more easier, thanks
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Can I take a look at the screenshot of the error

What is your system language and your system locale ?

We have planned to implement this function, which may be released in subsequent versions.

Do you mean to observe the change of variables when the program runs at full speed? This function is not available at present

try the latest version of RT-Thread Studio V2.1.2

Do you want to implement some kind of automated build? You can also directly use the make command on the cmd command line shell to build the project, but you must first add the build tool path to the system environment, and then make the makefile in the debug directory of the project

first step: import project
eclipse.exe --launcher.suppressErrors -application org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.core.headlessbuild -data "D:/eclipse/eclipse/workspace" -import "file:/D:/eclipse/eclipse/workspace/test"
second step: build project
eclipse.exe --launcher.suppressErrors -application org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.core.headlessbuild -data "D:/eclipse/eclipse/workspace" -cleanBuild "test"

Have you noticed the upper left corner of your screenshot?
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It's a project property, so you need to right-click the property on the project, pop up the configuration dialog box, and select settings to see the detailed configuration. Have a try

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