Atollic TrueSTUDIO

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Atollic TrueSTUDIO is a commercial IDE based on Eclipse that comes with J-Link and J-Trace support. In order to use J-Link with Atollic TrueSTUDIO, it is usually not necessary to separately install the J-Link software and documentation package since TrueSTUDIO already comes with a J-Link GDB Server that is automatically started when starting the debug session. In the following, a short explanation on how to create a simple project for an eval board with TrueSTUDIO is given:

Creating a simple Project

Used components

IDE Emulator J-Link SW Version Evalboard
TrueSTUDIO for ARM V2.3.0 J-LInk V4.40c STM32F103ZE-EVAL (STM32F103ZE)

Setup Instructions

  • Start TrueSTUDIO and click File | New | C Project ... from the main menu
  • Enter a project name
  • Select Embedded C Project
  • Click Next

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  • Select the eval board the project shall be created for and what configuration (debugging in Flash or RAM) is desired
  • Click Next

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  • Select J-Link from the list of supported emulators
  • Click Next

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  • Select which configurations shall be created (Debug configuration / Release configuration)
  • Click Finish to create the project

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  • Click the Build button from the toolbar
  • In order to start a debug session, click Debug. A debug configuration with default settings, based on the information given when creating the project, will be automatically created by TrueSTUDIO (if it is necessary to configure custom settings click Run | Debug Configurations... from the main menu).

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Ready to Go

You can start debugging and use J-Link with Atollic TrueSTUDIO for ARM.

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