[sdiy] OT: uC Development Environments

Ben Stuyts ben at stuyts.nl
Thu Mar 5 12:39:31 CET 2020

About the subject of debuggers: a really nice one and not too expensive for non-commercial use is the Segger J-Link Edu. It is around €50 and supports tons of JTAG and SWD targets (not only ARM). It is supported by CrossWorks that I mentioned earlier, but also by all the other major IDE’s. For commercial work I use a Rowley CrossConnect but it is in a different price category. Doesn’t support AVR though, but I use an Atmel Dragon for that which wasn't too expensive. 

https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-link/models/j-link-edu/ <https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-link/models/j-link-edu/>


> On 5 Mar 2020, at 11:13, J. Fellinger <jfellinger at airmail.cc> wrote:
> I personally have been doing stuff with atmel/microchip atsamd/atsamc series lately. You can generate setup code with Atmel Start (online) for whatever IDE you're using. Atmel has its own Visual Studio IDE, but they only support debuggers that I dont have/dont want to afford (and I dont think there is a way to add your own), so I switched to Visual Studio Code (not to be mistaken for Visual Studio) and installed an ARM debugger plugin that connects to a GDB Server running on a Black Magic Probe (an open source arm debugger). All in all works pretty good for me.
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