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Thread: JTAG Debugging, multiple XMC

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    JTAG Debugging, multiple XMC

    Hi all, we developed a board with two infineon CPUs, one XMCC4800 144x2048, one XMC 4500 144x1024.
    We have a JTAG connector linked to both the CPUs but in the debugger i couldn't find the target to debug.

    I mean, i created a new project with just a simple PWM on P1.3, and i want to debug it targetting the XMC4500 to see if the board is working, and i will to the same on the XMC4800.

    How can i achieve this?
    Here is the JTAG configuration

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    After some digging I got the answer: Regrettably DAVE does not support debugging two XMC on a single JTAG chain.

    I also learned (knowing that it probably is no option for you), that DAVE would support two SEGGER debuggers where one is connected to your XMC4800 and the other one is connected to your XMC4500. DAVE can handle two debugger instances, and once you start debugging you have the option to select which of the instances you like to use.

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