The debuggers of LAUTERBACH, the manufacturer of microprocessor development tools, now support Infineon XC2000ED. The XC2000ED emulation device, available from Embedded Logic Solutions , is used in place of XC2xxx or XE16x during the software development phase.
In addition to its series chip functions, this device is equipped with on-chip trace functionality and an advanced trigger unit, the multi-core debug solution (MCDS). Lauterbach supports all additional features. By using XC2000ED instead of series chips, developers can use even more methods to analyse software and detect errors.
Programme flow and/or data access are recorded by means of on-chip trace in real time. The recordings can be given a time stamp. This means that nothing stands in the way of performing statistical evaluations during runtime and code manipulation is not necessary. The advanced trigger unit also supports selective recording of programme parts or variables and their contents.
At the same time, the navigation for the MCDS functions is integrated in the TRACE32 PowerView interface. TRACE32 PowerDebug can be connected to XC2000ED over JTAG or Device Access Port (DAP). C166SV2 debugger requires only a software update and a Trace license to support the new features.