Mega2560 ADK and UNO R3 In-System Debug question
Are these devices supported in Arduino IDE or AVR Studio 6 to do in-system debugging of your source script? I know they have a simulator but there is also direct in-system debugging support for a list of hardware. AVRISP MK2 and AVR Dragon for example.
If not is there a way I can connect the Arduino Mega or UNO device to another device to support those features in AVR Studio 6 or Arduino IDE?
I see Olimex makes a AVRIPS MK2 that is supported in AVR Studio 6 and this AVRISP MK2 Clone link below:http://www.ebay.com/itm/160690475020?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
If I wanted to use one of the Atmega Dip packaged IC's on a breadboard or Zif socket, what would be the best option for hardware to communicate with ACR Studio 6? Would it be the Arduino or maybe a AVRISP MK2 or the clone with the link I listed above? AVR Dragon, JTAGICE MK2 seem fairly expensive to me. The Dragon does not even have a Zif on board and has to be soldered!!
According to the Atmel AVRISP MK2 guide it should support in circuit debugging. What I am concerned about now is the Reset pin cannot have a resistor pull-up resister value greater than 4.7K ohm? The Arduino allows up to 10K ohm no?
I don't think it will be worth even looking at that clone since digi-key has the device for $35 US.
Still would like to know if the Arduino products will support In circuit Debug in Arduino IDE and AVR Studio 6?
I don't think this MK2 supports JTAG Debugging? I am back to stage one from another post I made linking some EBAY clone brands from $10 to $15 US
I joined another forum avrfreak and was told that none of that EBAY AVR JTAG adapteres will work with more modern or current MEga AVRs.
Also JTAG and In circuit debug can only work with their boards suposedly. Like the AVR Dragon $50 or the JTAGICE3 around $100.
Do any of the Arduino Board serve as JTAG adapter Hosts to use other AVR same pin DIP on the Arduino or just breadboard with Arduino using it to JTAG using AVR Studio etc?