In application debugger for ARM Cortex microcontrollers.
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======================================= The Black Magic Debug Project -- README ======================================= The Black Magic Debug Probe is gadget providing an in-application debug capability for ARM Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M0 microcontrollers. It interfaces with the GDB, the GNU source level debugger over the USB bus, and communicates with the target microcontroller over either a JTAG or Serial Wire debug port. Currently supported microcontrollers: - ST STM32 Family - TI/LMI Stellaris Family - NXP LPC11xx Family Getting started =============== The Black Magic Probe is available as a built-up product form Black Sphere Technologies. Contact <firstname.lastname@example.org> should you wish to order one. If you would like to work on the project see the file HACKING for developer's info. When connected via USB, the Black Magic probe will enumerate as a CDC-ACM device which the OS should present as a tty device or serial port. The GDB remote debugging protocol is implemented over this virtual character stream. To connect your ARM GDB to the target device use the following commands: (gdb) target extended-remote /dev/ttyACM0 (gdb) mon jtag_scan (gdb) attach 1 The command 'mon swdp_scan' may be used to use the Serial-Wire Debug Protocol instead of JTAG to connect to the target. Once attached, all the standard GDB commands may be used to start and control the execution of the embedded application. Project layout ============== flashstub/ - Source code for flash programming stubs in target drivers. hardware/ - Schematic (gschem) and PCB layout for the Black Magic Probe scripts/ - Python scripts useful for programming devices. src/ - Firmware source code for the Black Magic debug probe.