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by Mikhail Andreev

    

PEmicro’s GDB server can be installed directly into an Eclipse based IDE from an update site on PEmicro’s website. This adds the ability to debug via PEmicro’s Multilink, Cyclone, and OpenSDA hardware interfaces via the standard GDB debugger. Features include flash programming, breakpoints, watchpoints, trim, memory preservation, real-time variables, semi-hosting, and more. PEmicro periodically updates the plugins on its website with new device support, new features, and bug fixes.

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BOSTON - December 14, 2016 - P&E Microcomputer Systems, Inc. has announced the release of support for macOS in P&E’s Eclipse GDB Server. P&E offers a downloadable GDB server plug-in for Eclipse-based 3rd party IDE’s including those by NXP, Atollic, and Somnium. It also features full support for P&E's Multilink debug probes and Cyclone production programmers, plus NXP’s openSDA series of debuggers and programmers. Apple® users are now able to take advantage of P&E's versatile hardware solutions using NXP’s software tools and P&E’s GDB server in their preferred operating system.

"macOS" is a trademark and "Apple" is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. "ARM" and "Cortex" are registered trademarks of ARM Limited or its subsidiaries.






   

BOSTON – September 2, 2015 - P&E Microcomputer Systems has announced that its software products, which include flash/EEPROM programmers, in-circuit debuggers, interface library routines, and other embedded systems tools, are now officially compatible with the Windows 10 operating system.

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BOSTON – April 20, 2015 - P&E Microcomputer Systems announced the release of Version 2.08 of its GDB Server for Kinetis® devices. The P&E GDB Server is available at no cost as an Eclipse plug-in or Windows GUI application. The latest version supports Windows 7/8 as well as Ubuntu Linux 14.04 and RHEL/CentOS 7.0.

Version 2.08 adds the following features:

  • Preserve memory ranges across an erase. Users can prevent parts of memory from being erased during the programming process.
  • Trim Kinetis devices during programming. We choose a default center frequency which can be changed in the plug-ins dialogs. This allows the internal reference frequency to be accurate on your hardware.
  • EEPROM partitioning capability during flash programming. Allows users, on certain devices, to set aside some flash memory for use as a pseudo-eeprom.
  • JTAG daisy chain support. Allows users to communicate with multiple JTAG devices on the same bus.
  • Attach to a running part during debug session. Launches the client in a way that does not disturb the state of the target device.

Kinetis is a registered trademark of Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.





BOSTON – September 9, 2014 - P&E Microcomputer Systems has developed a new pipelined version of its flash programming engine for Kinetis and other ARM® Cortex™ devices with more than 4KB of RAM by leveraging some unique aspects of the architecture. This pipelining mechanism improves already fast programming rates by up to 50%.

Support has been released for most Kinetis devices with other device support to follow. The pipelined algorithms are available for use with the latest software/firmware versions of: Cyclone MAX, Cyclone for ARM devices, PROGACMP, Freescale's CodeWarrior and Kinetis Design Studio, and P&E's GDB Server.

Cyclone users will need the latest version of the software for their Cyclone to use the pipelined algorithms. The latest Cyclone MAX software is available to download from P&E's support center. The latest Cyclone for ARM devices software will be made available shortly. Contact P&E to update to the latest version of PROGACMP.

ARM is a registered trademark and Cortex is a trademark of ARM Limited.






BOSTON – November. 21, 2012 - P&E Microcomputer Systems announced the addition of the GDB Server for Kinetis® devices to its industry-leading roster of tools for Freescale devices. P&E's support for Freescale's Kinetis microcontrollers now includes the ability to use GNU GDB tools with P&E's lineup of Kinetis-compatible hardware interfaces. These include the all-in-one Multilink Universal development interface and its high-speed counterpart, the Multilink Universal FX, as well as the production-ready Cyclone MAX automated programmer and debug interface. The GDB Server for Kinetis devices also supports the OpenSDA and OSJTAG embedded debug circuitry incorporated into many of Freescale's Tower and Freedom development boards.

Users are invited to read more information and download a trial version of P&E's GDB Server for Kinetis devices.







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