On-chip debug support for processors
Support for Freescale Semiconductor Inc.’s ColdFire family of 32-bit microprocessors is now available from Macraigor Systems LLC through its OCDemon family of products.
Support for Freescale Semiconductor Inc.’s ColdFire family of 32-bit microprocessors is now available from Macraigor Systems LLC through its OCDemon family of products. The usb2Demon background debug mode (BDM) interface device for ColdFire version 2, 3, and 4 cores support debugging and control of the processors. Macraigor adds support for the Freescale processor family to its free, pre-built GNU tools and includes sample configurations for most standard Freescale ColdFire evaluation boards. The company says it will also support future ColdFire family variants. Its Flash Programmer is updated to support the family, providing BDM-based in-circuit flash programming of internal ColdFire Flash and externally connected devices.
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