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Author: Maverick Maverick (maverick202)
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Hi,
I am a newbie to ARM development. I have a Realview ICE module and an 
ARM7TDMI board. Does WinARM supports Realview ICE. If not are there any 
better tools to work with Realview ICE.

Thanks in advance for your help.

M

Author: Tilo (Guest)
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Hi

Maybe you should post some more details. What kind of mcu is used on the 
board?
WinARM should work with most ARM7 MCUs but at the moment it is a little 
bit outdated. Maybe you should take a look at yagarto.

Cheers, Tilo

Author: Clifford Slocombe (clifford)
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It is always a good idea to seek support for a commercial product from 
teh Vendor: http://www.arm.com/products/DevTools/RVIGDB.html

It appears that it will work with GDB so should work with WinARM (which 
is a GNU toolchain).


Maverick Maverick wrote:
> If not are there any
> better tools to work with Realview ICE.
>
It is perhaps obviously designed to work hand-in-glove with the RealView 
compiler.  This is available from Keil, which is wholly owned by ARM. 
http://www.keil.com/arm/mdk310.asp.  I would strongly recommend that you 
use that if the budget allows.

Author: Spencer Oliver (ntfreak)
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Keil MDK does not directly support the RealICE, for RealICE you will 
need ARM's RealView - not cheap.

Cheers
Spen

Author: Clifford Slocombe (clifford)
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Spencer Oliver wrote:
> Keil MDK does not directly support the RealICE

My error.  In my experience if you buy the MDK it is generally easy to 
blag a free ULINK2; you just have to have the cheek to ask!

Author: Maverick Maverick (maverick202)
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Thanks for the responses.
RVIGDB looks promising. I am exploring all the open source options. I 
will update this forum once I find something.

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