As the author of Serial Wire Debug—Ideal for Microcontrollers, could you please advise me on whether it is possible (or even advisable) to attempt a SWD connection to a LM3S2793 from CCS 5? Several months ago I was advised that CCS did not support SWD. Has this changed? Is this a hardware mismatch, and if so could you suggest a (perhaps third party) hardware intermediary? Or by having chosen CCS as my program/debug platform, have I jinxed this functionality?
Thanks and best regards,
I have forum duty today so you'll have to put up with an answer from pseudo-Sue instead :-) You can find my answer over in the other thread that you posted the same question in earlier.
Sorry for the duplicate Dave. I never know which forum items will be "discovered" by you "real" folks. When I saw Sue's whitepaper I thought that she warranted a separate try. Thanks. jb
As a rule of thumb, a question is noticed quickest if it's posted in a new thread and you don't post a follow-up until someone from TI has responded. You can expect a response of some sort within 1 business day. If you post a new question on an old thread that already has a closed question in it, there's a fighting chance that we won't see it so, generally speaking, start a new thread unless you are taking part in an ongoing discussion about an open problem.
In your case, the person who owned the thread you had previously posted on would receive an email notification of new traffic and they would have got back to you. This works fine unless the owner has moved on since the original question was answered in which case, your new post disappears into a support void :-)
Thanks Dave. I will do my utmost to follow your dictums in the future! jb
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