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Keil Eval.boards with Raisonance Toolchain

Posted by Ralf Anders on February 17, 2009
Hi,

Is it possible, or are there any experiences in using the Raisonance tools (Ride7, RKit-ARM, RLink JTAG-Adapter) and of course FreeRTOS
on the Keil evaluation boards MCBSTM32 and/or MCB2388 ?

The boards seem to be interesting, but the free RealView MDK-ARM Evaluation Tools seem to be too limited for evaluation together
with FreeRTOS.

Thanks, Ralf

RE: Keil Eval.boards with Raisonance Toolchai

Posted by Dave on February 17, 2009
If you are using an R Link or an FTDI interface I don't see any reason why it would not work. Did you check the Raisonance forums? I think they are quite active.

RE: Keil Eval.boards with Raisonance Toolchain

Posted by Ralf Anders on February 17, 2009
There seems to be no problem with MCBSTM32, but Ride does not support LPC2388.
In the mean time I found a an interesting FreeRTOS port "NXP LPC2368 with Eclipse and GCC development tools".
The catch is the "Macraigor Wiggler compatible JTAG interface". -> Parallel port !

Could this be the alternative solution: http://elmicro.com/de/armjtag.html
(ARM-USB-OCD by olimex)

German language, but the pics are selfexplaining.

Regards, Ralf

RE: Keil Eval.boards with Raisonance Toolchai

Posted by Richard on February 17, 2009
More recently I have successfully used http://www.amontec.com/jtagkey-tiny.shtml with OpenOCD on an LPC2000.

Regards.


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