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Editors: Find and Replace enhancements

XJTAG 3.12 has extended the functionality of the Find and Replace dialog that is accessible when viewing XJEase or BSDL code files. […]

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Enhanced Analysis of Signal Integrity Errors

In XJTAG 3.12 we have expanded the capabilities of our Signal Integrity testing. Rather than simply reporting any errors found in the attempted scans, it will now inspect those errors and suggest possible causes. […]

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User privileges improved in XJRunner and XJInvestigator

In XJTAG 3.12 we’ve improved the flexibility of user privileges for different user profiles in XJRunner and XJInvestigator. User privileges are defined when adding or editing a user via the User Management dialog. You are now able to enable/disable specific project management and enhanced testing features. […]

XJTAG version 3.12

A new major version of XJTAG – version 3.12 – is now available from our website for users who are in maintenance. […]

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Viewing Diffs When Updating Library Files

A diff is a comparison showing differences between the contents of files. This article is specifically about displaying the difference between the a project’s current version of an XJEase library file, and the latest version of that file available from the library that it belongs to. […]

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Expanded Profile selection in XJDeveloper and XJAnalyser

With XJTAG 3.11 we’ve made some improvements for working with projects that use the Dynamic Chains feature. Previously, the Analyser, Debug Connection Test, and the Chain Debugger feature would always use the default profile for your project. Using a different profile for these features would require you to manually change the default profile in XJDeveloper. Now, in XJDeveloper, the required profile may be selected independently on each screen, via a drop-down selection menu. […]

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Configurable Oscillator for XJLink2

In XJTAG 3.11 we’ve added configurable oscillator functionality which can be used on any XJLink2-based controller. The oscillator operates independently of TCK, so can run when TCK is not running and can be set to any frequency from 10 kHz to 166 MHz (in 10 kHz increments) regardless of the current TCK frequency. […]

Better filtering of Log Files

One new feature in XJTAG 3.11 is the ability to filter the formatted log files in the File List of the Log File Viewer based on a variety of different criteria. […]

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Setting default pin values in XJEase

Historically we have provided three mechanisms for defining some form of constant or default values for a pin/net in XJDeveloper. These are BSDL compliance pins, bus disable values and constant pins, which allow you to define pins which XJTAG should keep in a constant state during automated testing, such as with Connection Test. However these approaches are profile- and subchain-agnostic. […]

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SWD support now added to XJEase

XJTAG 3.11 introduces support for the ARM Serial Wire Debug (SWD) protocol in XJEase using our XJLink2-based JTAG controllers. Reading and writing with the SWD protocol is made simple using two new XJEase functions SWD_READ and SWD_WRITE. They handle the transfer of data on the bidirectional data connection, keeping the code in XJEase clean and simple. […]

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