Yeh, I second that. The BDI-2000 has been a very valuable tool
for me, both for debugging and flash writing. However, it runs
about $2500 for one architecture (ie, MIPS). By the time you
purchase the Raven and the various software packages it's almost
as expensive, but isn't as good. If money isn't a problem, the
BDI-2000 is the way to go.
> Jeff Baitis wrote:
> > Rather than building an EJTAG interface, I recommend the
> Raven EJTAG
> > interface. It plugs into your LPT port, and will plug into
> the EJTAG
> > interface on your DBAu1500 board.
> I can recommend the Abatron BDI-2000 (www.abatron.ch). It's
> a powerful, flexible tool that will work in a variety of
> development environments. In addition to providing debugging
> features, it also has built-in flash programming algorithms.
> You can erase/program flash with simple console or script
> commands from various file formats transferred over the
> network using tftp.
> -- Dan