Using J-Link Script Files

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In some IDEs, the J-Link script file can be configured directly (e.g. in the project file). If the IDE does not offer a native J-Link script file configuration option, there are some alternative options which can be used to use J-Link script files anyhow. For further information regarding this, please refer to Using J-Link Script Files#Generic.

IAR EWARM

https://wiki.segger.com/IAR_EWARM#Using_J-Link_script_files

Keil MDK

https://wiki.segger.com/Keil_MDK#Using_J-Link_Script_Files

Eclipse

https://wiki.segger.com/Eclipse#Using_J-Link_script_files

Generic

If no J-Link settings file is present, "Default.JLinkScript" is loaded if present in the same directory as the J-Link DLL.
If a J-Link J-Link settings file is present, but no script file is specified inside of the script file, "<Name of the J-Link settings file>.JLinkScript" is loaded if present in the same directory as the J-Link settings file.
Alternatively, a J-Link script file can be specified by using one of the following ways:

  1. Via J-Link settings file:
    1. Add or edit the line
    2. "ScriptFile="<path to script file""
    3. (e.g. ScriptFile="C:\Work\Test.jlinkscript") to the [CPU] section of the J-Link settings file
  2. Via J-Link command strings
    1. Execute the command string
    2. "ScriptFile = <path>"
    3. e.g. ScriptFile = C:\Work\Test.jlinkscript
  3. Via the J-Link control panel
    1. Specify the path to the J-Link script file in the tab Settings of the J-Link control panel
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