Recently, I started a new development, using following environment:
Luminary LM3S8962 - Demonstration board TI EK LM3S8962
CodeSourcery Lite (Yagarto) - FreeRTOS - Eclipse IDE - Open OCD(all running on a windows plateform) and debug through USB
I'm very happy because it work very well excepting the debug using the USB - FTDI chip of the Evaluation kit and OpenOCD (0.4) which is not convenient - seems not be mature (using the OpenOcd 0.5 and 0.6RC1 seems producing more problem than the 0.4).
I'm looking for 2 things:
1st) If some person (or TI employees) has some working OpenOCD setup - script - documentation revealable for the present case (Evaluation Kit EKC-LM3S8962), don't hesitate to share information.
2nd) Another plan I have is to invest in a "real" JTAG emulator : a Segger J-Link. If somebody has some feedback using this Segger J-Link in a (more or less) similar environment, could you share it ?
Thanks in advance.
I have worked/debugged with many tool chains, including CodeSourcery Lite/Yagarto, Eclipse IDE and OpenOCD 0.4 and 0.5 on Windows and MAC computers and had no problems configuring/debugging.
What did you tried and what did not worked with OOCD? I can share the script, no problems, but there are some configurations to be done to work with.
I have not worked with Segger J-Link - so I cannot help you with that - only one mention still: this will not work with TI's CCS.
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