SEGGER Embedded Studio Now Supports DAP-Link

October 29, 2019 Alix Paultre

The latest release of Embedded Studio, SEGGER's cross-platform IDE, can now debug software on evaluation boards equipped with a DAP-Link (CMSIS-DAP) debug interface. This feature is now included in the ARM and Cortex-M editions on all supported host platforms: Windows and Linux 64- and 32-bit, as well as macOS (including Catalina). The software to access the DAP-Link is based on the proven J-Link software. It can download directly into flash memory, and is optimized for both stability and performance. While an on-board J-Link delivers superior features and performance, DAP-Link is used on a number of low-cost evaluation boards. Embedded Studio now makes using these boards easy. 

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