You will basically need a hardware emulator and a software debugger to|
debug your target using JTAG.
I use the Motorola Suite56 Parallel Command Converter hardware between
my PC's LPT port and the JTAG port on the target. (There's also a PCI
version but I haven't used it.) This hardware is inexpensive (~$200.)
and works with Tasking's CrossView Pro DSP563xx Debugger software (not
to be confused with the CrossView Pro Simulator that is bundled with
the C compiler). There's also the MacCraigor Wiggler that is
essentially the same thing ($150.) but I haven't used it. I think you
have another debugging option in Mot Suite56 toolset, but I have not
used it in a long while and could not give you current info.
You can also use the hardware emulators/ software debuggers from
As far as IDE, I'm using Tasking C tools, based on the Codewright IDE.
Motorola offers the Suite56 set of tools (free) but I haven't used
them in a while.
--- In , "wdawson61" <wdawson61@y...> wrote:
> Hi. I'm trying to discern which (if any) IDE to get for Mot
> DSP56367 dev.
> I want to debug on my target HW (not an eval board) using the JTAG
> port. Does anyone know which product can do this?