* I have a basic question, regarding the programming of the SM470R1B1M-HT. I want to test the I/O pins with a simple routine in c.
* The JTAG interface is connected as shown in the schematic of the HEATEVM Board and accordingly IAR Kickstart Kit.
* I only have a XDS100v2 Emulator and the Code Composer Studio v5.2, but I can't choose the device in a new project, so I think the CCS and Emulator not supporting the SM470R1B1M-HT MCU with an ARM7 core.
* So my question is, what for Software & Development Tools I need to programm and debug the SM470R1B1M-HT MCU over the JTAG interface ?
* Did I need the IAR Workbench ?
* Can I choose a related device and where I can get the header files for including, or have you a simple programm example for the SM470R1B1M-HT MCU ?
Andy, the most supported path is using the IAR workbench. It will have some examples and code available.
It should be possible to use an other emulators with CCS4+. However, I do not know if the low cost XDS100s will work.
For CCS4+, it will be necessary to create the target configuration manually and verify that the emulator/cpu configuration is correct.
By “It should be possible to use an other emulators with CCS4+” ,What emulator is your suggestion?
Nestor, sorry for the delay, I have been out on travel.
I am really only familiar with XDS510 and Blackhawk XDS560m.
Presumably others are viable as well, but can not be certain of the low cost versions.
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