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FAQ ID # 196
 
Question
How do I use OSBDM/OSJTAG interface under Codewarrior 10.1 and higher?
 
Answer
Using OSBDM interface under Codewarrior 10.1 and higher:

CodeWarrior 10.1 was released with updated OSBDM/OSJTAG support, which includes advanced features such as virtual serial port, power cycling, and trim. Advanced OSBDM/OSJTAG features are available as a part of OSBDM/OSJTAG firmware version 29.00 or higher. Please visit the PEmicro website at www.pemicro.com/osbdm to download the latest OSBDM firmware and utilities.

Under CodeWarrior 10.1 and higher, the OSBDM/OSJTAG interface is supported via the PEmicro interface layer. Please follow these steps to create and debug an OSBDM/OSJTAG -based CodeWarrior 10.1 project:

1. Go to File -> New -> Project menu selection

2. Choose to create a Bareboard Project

3. Fill in a Project name and click the “Next” button

4. Select the device of your choice and click the “Next” button

5. Under the “Connections” dialog, check off “PEmicro Open Source BDM” and click the “Next” button.

6. Please proceed through the “Add Files”/”Languages”/”C/C++ Options”/”Rapid Application Development” dialogs by clicking the “Next” button.

7. While in the “Rapid Application Development” dialog, click the “Finish” button to create a project.

8. Build a project and open ”Debug Configurations” dialog.

9. Select the CodeWarrior Download of your choice and click the “Edit” button next to the selected System.

10. Please be sure to select “PEmicro version MultilinkCyclone Pro or Max” from the “Connection type” drop down menu. This connection type should be selected for proper functionality, to ensure that CodeWarrior communicates to OSBDM/OSJTAG via the latest PEMICRO connection layer. Please avoid using the OSBDM-JM60 connection type, as it is a legacy interface which is no longer actively supported.

11. Once the PEmicro MultilinkCyclone interface is selected, click the “Refresh” button and the name of the enumerated OSBDM interface will appear in the “Port” dialog box.

12. Click the “OK” button in the “System” dialog and the “Debug” button in the “Debug Configuration” dialog to begin your project debug session.

13. After the code is loaded into the RAM or FLASH of the device under test, the user gains access to different run controls: the Step/Run/Breakpoint/Halt/Reset features of the CodeWarrior debugger.

 
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