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ULINK for IAR (Crossworks)

Started by Unknown June 10, 2009
Hello!

Can i use ULINK JTAG debugger with IAR or Crosswors studios?

I search google and find no results :(
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> Can i use ULINK JTAG debugger with IAR or Crosswors studios?
>
> I search google and find no results :(

Why not use it with Keil, for which it's intended?

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Hello, Paul.

> Why not use it with Keil, for which it's intended?

It's a good question.

I need time to porting projects from IAR to Keil.

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Privet Roman :)

What the problem to use j-link/mt-link if u r using IAR?

Regards
Vladimir

----- Original Message -----
From: Антощенков Роман Викторович
To: Paul Curtis
Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 2:59 PM
Subject: Re[2]: [lpc2000] ULINK for IAR (Crossworks)

Hello, Paul.

> Why not use it with Keil, for which it's intended?

It's a good question.

I need time to porting projects from IAR to Keil.

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Hello, Vladimir.

> What the problem to use j-link/mt-link if u r using IAR?
I have ULINK adapter. For j-link i need another one.

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ULINK work only with Keil Realview IDE.

2009/6/10

> Hello, Vladimir.
> > What the problem to use j-link/mt-link if u r using IAR?
> I have ULINK adapter. For j-link i need another one.
>
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> Best regards,
> Roman Antoshchenkov
> mailto:d...@rambler.ru
>

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--- In l..., wrote:
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> Hello!
>
> Can i use ULINK JTAG debugger with IAR or Crosswors studios?
>
> I search google and find no results :(
>
>
> --
> Best regards,
> Roman Antoshchenkov
> mailto:djantoxa@...
>
Hi,

Ulink works with Keil and with Keil and also with Keil. Segger J-Link works with IAR and with Keil and with Crossworks and with.....
So get yourself an original black J-Link if you want to switch compilers and stick to the hardware.
http://www.segger.com/jlink.html

To be honest I do not understand your problem. The compiler whether from Keil or IAR is so much more expensive than the hardware, the time wasted not to have the corresponding xxx-Link is so much more than the hardware, what is the problem to buy the correct hardware?

Bob

Hi,

> Ulink works with Keil and with Keil and also with Keil. Segger J-Link
works
> with IAR and with Keil and with Crossworks and with.....
> So get yourself an original black J-Link if you want to switch compilers
> and stick to the hardware.
> http://www.segger.com/jlink.html
>
> To be honest I do not understand your problem. The compiler whether from
> Keil or IAR is so much more expensive than the hardware, the time wasted
> not to have the corresponding xxx-Link is so much more than the hardware,
> what is the problem to buy the correct hardware?

One assumes that hardware is a real cost, whereas software isn't.

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Paul Curtis, Rowley Associates Ltd http://www.rowley.co.uk
CrossWorks for ARM, MSP430, AVR, MAXQ, and now Cortex-M3 processors

Hello, Paul.
> One assumes that hardware is a real cost, whereas software isn't.

You are rigth! I do not commercial devices. And using free versions of
IAR.

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Roman Antoshchenkov
mailto:d...@rambler.ru

--- In l..., "Paul Curtis" wrote:
>
> > what is the problem to buy the correct hardware?
>
> One assumes that hardware is a real cost, whereas software isn't.
>

One also assumes that one's own development time is not a real cost
either. If you are

a) not paying programmers
b) not being paid to program
c) not producing a commercial product
d) haven't got better things to do in your spare time

all that time wasted trying to work out how to use 'free' unsupported
development software costs nothing as well ;-)

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