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Hi all
I hope this is the proper sun forum .

My question is :

Do In circuit Emmulators and In Circuit Debuggers come with a accompanying software
 or they are used through the C/C++ IDE ?

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Elico

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Which emulators/debuggers?

I suggest debugging the "old fashioned" way, with debugging print statements.
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It is pretty much up to the IDE to interface to the ICD/ICE.  For instance, all of the Atmel debuggers are supported by "AVR Studio" (Atmel's IDE), but there is also a wedge to talk to at least some of the tools from gnu's gdb debuggers (or presumably, any tool that can use the gdb remote debugger interface.)  (http://avarice.sourceforge.net/ )
It's somewhat dependent on how well documented the hardware is.

The Arduino IDE doesn't support any debuggers.
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Many thanks
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