Nice tutorial for writing and debugging plain C on ARM Cortex-M3 STM32F103

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Jacob Mossberg wrote nice tutorial how to program in C ARM Cortex-M3 with GCC and how to debug it with GDB and OpenOCD.

We like very much the hardware he is using 🙂 STM32-H103 and ARM-USB-OCD-H.

 

Tutorial: Cross-Compiling and GDB debugging on A13-OLinuXino

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Agilart is open source project which provide web based visual designer and allow even people with no technical background to complete Iternet-Of-Things projects. You can learn more about this project here: http://www.agilart.com/

Agilart team bought iMX233-OLinuXino-MICRO and they made some nice tutorials: http://www.agilart.com/blog/the-olinuxino-micro-wifi-sd-cards-farbric , http://www.agilart.com/blog/buildingForOlinuxino , so Santa Claus surprised them with A13-OLinuXino-MICRO for Christmas 🙂

Agilart team didn’t waste time and they come up today with new nice tutorial how to setup Eclipse and GCC to cross compile and debug on A13-OLinuXino http://www.agilart.com/blog/debugging-on-embedded-using-opensource-tools-part-1

Good work!

EJTAGproxy open source GDB interface for PIC32 and MIPS

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EJTAGproxy is open source project just released by Sergey Vakulenko at http://code.google.com/p/ejtagproxy/

It’s a command-line utility, which connects GDB to ICSP port of pic32 via pickit2 or pickit3 scripting edition. A standard GDB remote serial protocol is implemented. It also can be used with Eclipse, DDD, Insight or other compatible debuggers. All families of pic32 are supported, including mx1/mx2. The utility works on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. Sources are available under BSD license.

PIC-KIT3 (ICSP) and ARM-USB-TINY (JTAG) interfaces are supported.