Getting your code into the chip
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Author:  gyurma [ Thu Oct 22, 2015 11:26 am ]
Post subject:  Getting your code into the chip

How do you guys get the code into the chips?
Is there any cheap usable programmer / debugger?

Author:  mk e [ Thu Oct 22, 2015 1:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Getting your code into the chip

I've been using the demo board which has an on board debugger.

Marcus is trying to figure out what he wants to do on his HW

Author:  Horizenjob [ Fri Oct 23, 2015 9:58 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Getting your code into the chip

Hi Gyurma, what are you interested in doing?

Freescale sells several demo or "StarterTrak" boards which have an on board USB to debugger interface. It provides a serial console and access to JTAG for a hardware debugger.

The issue is really the initial load, once you install some software, then you can load new software in a variety of ways with that software.

I am planning on using the boot from serial line feature on the chips to get the initial code in.

Another thing is to get a USB-Serial adapter that supports JTAG from FTDI. These are supported by the OpenOCD debugger project. I'm planning on doing this too on my board.

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