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Author: Michael Rodrigues (michael_rodrigues)
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Hi

I wanted to know if the TI arm controllers are supported on the
yagarto-eclipse platform..

Anybody has any ideas regarding this topic.

Thanks

Author: Martin Thomas (mthomas) (Moderator)
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Michael Rodrigues wrote:
> Hi
>
> I wanted to know if the TI arm controllers are supported on the
> yagarto-eclipse platform..

If you mean the controllers with ARM7TDMI-core: they are supported by
the GNU toolchain so you can use Yagarto/Eclipse to create binary-code.
I do not know the state of the support in OpenOCD, you may check the
OpenOCD documentation.

Author: Michael Rodrigues (michael_rodrigues)
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Martin Thomas wrote:
> Michael Rodrigues wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>> I wanted to know if the TI arm controllers are supported on the
>> yagarto-eclipse platform..
>
> If you mean the controllers with ARM7TDMI-core: they are supported by
> the GNU toolchain so you can use Yagarto/Eclipse to create binary-code.
> I do not know the state of the support in OpenOCD, you may check the
> OpenOCD documentation.

I was particularly insterested in the TMS320DM335 controller.... (it has
an ARM9 core)

do you guys have any idea about this

Author: Andreas Schwarz (andreas) (Admin) Flattr this
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Both Yagarto and OpenOCD support ARM9, so you should be fine. But you 
won't be able to program the flash on your controller (if there is any), 
because the programming commands are not standardized.

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