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    7killer
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    XC2000 MiniWiggler V3 Tasking VX debugging

    Hello all,
    I use a design with an xc2000 controller and recently buy a mini wiggler v3 tools because i wanna make some debugging on my application.

    After some problems to adapt OCDS 20 pins to the JTAG interface , i sucessfully connected my board to DAS server and under Tasking VX.

    My main problem at this point is i can not achieve debugging of C code.

    I can program and run my application but when i try to add a breakpoint on the c code that s said me that i can not put a breakpoint here ( every where give the same result),
    When i put a sbrk assembler instruction, the program stop and the diassembly window appears
    When i put the program is pause, dissamssembly windows appears too...
    Others strange points are , depending of debug configuration, the debugger should stop a 1rst instruction of man function, this behavior never appears : /

    So Is it possible to debug C code with a miniwigglerV3 or i need a tantino debugger to make it ?

    Thanks for help
    SC.

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    Rou
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    Hi SC,

    By any chance you have a DAP miniwiggler V2 to try it out?
    It is working find for me all the time while using miniwiggler V2.
    I personally did not have miniwigger V3, so I can't really comment whether it has to do with the miniwiggler or not.

    rgds,
    Rou

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    7killer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rou View Post
    Hi SC,

    By any chance you have a DAP miniwiggler V2 to try it out?
    It is working find for me all the time while using miniwiggler V2.
    I personally did not have miniwigger V3, so I can't really comment whether it has to do with the miniwiggler or not.

    rgds,
    Rou
    Hello ,
    thx for answer, i didn't have a V2...
    Is the V2 has an OCDS connector or JTAG ones? may i make a mistake with the connexion :/
    rgds
    sc

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    Jackson
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    Hi SC,

    Yes, the V2 has an OCDS connector as well as 10-pin DAP connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7killer View Post
    Hello all,
    I use a design with an xc2000 controller and recently buy a mini wiggler v3 tools because i wanna make some debugging on my application.

    After some problems to adapt OCDS 20 pins to the JTAG interface , i sucessfully connected my board to DAS server and under Tasking VX.

    My main problem at this point is i can not achieve debugging of C code.

    I can program and run my application but when i try to add a breakpoint on the c code that s said me that i can not put a breakpoint here ( every where give the same result),
    When i put a sbrk assembler instruction, the program stop and the diassembly window appears
    When i put the program is pause, dissamssembly windows appears too...
    Others strange points are , depending of debug configuration, the debugger should stop a 1rst instruction of man function, this behavior never appears : /

    So Is it possible to debug C code with a miniwigglerV3 or i need a tantino debugger to make it ?

    Thanks for help
    SC.


    HI SC

    i am not able to flashing of xc2321 controller with Dap miniwiggler 3.1 using 20pin interface.
    Can you please share the circuit diagram.

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