I heard that all ARM cores (processors?) feature on-chip debugging and stuff. I already read some threads here about some SAM-ICE and so on, but I still can't wrap my head around the actual 'how then do I do it now'?So the simple question is: What do I need to make use of all the interesting ARM On-Chip Debugging feature(s)??By asking this, I assume that the Due using an ARM has such a thing, doesn't it? (I'm kind of confused, because here it is said, that the upcomming Arduino Zero will be the first board with 'integrated debugging something'. So what's the deal with the Due? It has an ARM?…)To refine the main question more: 1. What hardware do I need for interfacing? 2. What software do I need to actually work with all these things? 3. What's the cheapest possible solution I can purchase? 4. What's the 'best' (= most reliable) solution a hobbyist should use?Thanks so much! Darkwing
So if -ICE Basic ist for ARM and AVR, and SAM-ICE is just for ARM, then why is it double the price?
The supported devices for the AVR Dragon does NOT show any SAM devices. The AVR -ICE does show it. So does this mean you cannot use the Dragon but you can use the ICE?
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