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LPC1300 and LPC1100 debugging with Crossworks

Started by ksdoubleshooter March 1, 2010
Hi Jeff,

> I created a small project in Crossworks and first tried the Olimex
> ARM-USB-OCD debugger. I could not make the Olimex debugger work. In
> talking with Michael at Rowley, there is an adaptor required, that
> they are preparing, to make the Olimex and other FTDI based debuggers
> work in SWD mode. If I have this part wrong, someone from Rowley
> please correct me.

No need for correction. The format converters that make Olimex and Amontec
JTAG adapters work in SWD mode are in stock, we're only waiting to source
the necessary 10-pin cables. These will also work on the CrossConnects,
when we have completed the SWD code.

I think a few special customers have our JTAG adapters anyway, I sent a few
out for them to play with. It seems they generally work OK. :-)

Regards,

--
Paul Curtis, Rowley Associates Ltd http://www.rowley.co.uk
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Hi Paul,

any news regarding the SWD adapter. It does not show up in your webshop? We have the CrossConnect as well as the Olimex ARM USB-TINY.
Kind regards
Dirk
Hi Dirk,

It's here:

http://sites.fastspring.com/rowley/product/armswdadapter

They're in stock, and I did send an e-mail...

-- Paul.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: l... [mailto:l...] On Behalf
Of
> d...@plantron.se
> Sent: 24 March 2010 13:05
> To: l...
> Subject: [lpc2000] Re: LPC1300 and LPC1100 debugging with Crossworks
>
> Hi Paul,
>
> any news regarding the SWD adapter. It does not show up in your webshop?
We
> have the CrossConnect as well as the Olimex ARM USB-TINY.
> Kind regards
> Dirk
>

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