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Chip Overclock is a product developer based in Denver Colorado USA who specializes in very large and very small systems: distributed, real-time, high performance, embedded, highly concurrent.
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I know it sounds a little crazy to use a ~US$3000 piece of test kit on a ~US$50 board. But I already own an Abatron BDI3000 JTAG debugger with firmware that should work on the Cortex-M3 on the Arduino Due. I was wondering if anyone had tried this before and figured out which if any of the existing register definition and configuration files worked. Would save me a lot of time and guess work. Web and forum searches don't suggest anything. Thanks for any pointers. (If I write about this on my blog, I'll for sure give credit where credit is due.)
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Hi,
I'm using a much less expensive JTAG debugger but i can tell you it works very well. I'm using a segger j-link.
I'm using it with atmel studio 6.1. You have examples for the arduino due..very easy to use. Uploading is fast so is debugging.
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The brochure mentions Cortex so most likely. Using this 0.1" center 20 pin to 0.05" center 10 pin adapter should work fine.
http://microcontrollershop.com/product_info.php?cPath=154_171_475&products_id=4650&osCsid=253kn83auhv7iagnmq275167n4

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Hi mehdio and Chip Overclock,

I would like to know which IDE you used for debugging purposes.

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Gilles Plante
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Hi mehdio and Chip Overclock,

I would like to know which IDE you used for debugging purposes.

Thanks

Gilles Plante

Mehdio already mentioned one that he used.  I have the same setup and it works great. Compile, program flash and even single step code!

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Hi,
I'm using a much less expensive JTAG debugger but i can tell you it works very well. I'm using a segger j-link.
I'm using it with atmel studio 6.1. You have examples for the arduino due..very easy to use. Uploading is fast so is debugging.



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Greg,

I should have read more carefully smiley-red.

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Gilles Plante
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