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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. […]

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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User XJEase Libraries – part 2

The second part in this 2 part series about the new user libraries feature in XJDeveloper 3.11 will explain how user libraries are useful in XJDeveloper. When devices are categorised using library files (as opposed to using files saved on disk) you can re-use these library files in other XJDeveloper projects with ease and all projects can be automatically updated when a file is modified. […]

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User XJEase Libraries – part 1

A new feature in XJTAG 3.11 is the ability to create user-defined XJEase libraries containing your own XJEase device files and additional code files. Part 1 in this 2 part blog series will explain how to use the new XJEase Library Editor application to create user libraries. Part 2 will then explore how user libraries are used in XJDeveloper. […]

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Background XJEase Compilation

A time-saving feature of XJTAG v3.10 is streamlined background compilation of projects, drastically reducing the startup time to run tests. […]

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A new WRITEABLE function in XJEase

For many years, the XJEase language has had the READABLE and WRITEABLE built-in functions. Their purpose is to try to work out whether it’s possible to read or write a pin before trying to do so. […]

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Editing configuration variables in XJTAG 3.9

Configuration variables in XJTAG allow settings to be configured for a device.  For example the address of an IIC device may need to be defined. Configuration variables are associated with a test device file, and in previous versions of XJTAG were only available in device files from the XJEase library. From XJTAG 3.9 configuration variables can be defined and edited in XJDeveloper. […]

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XJTAG version 3.9

A new major version of XJTAG – version 3.9 – is now available from our website for users who are in maintenance. […]

XJEase Waveform Viewer updated in version 3.8.3

Version 3.8.3 of XJTAG comes with some usability updates for the new XJEase Waveform Viewer. Tool tip information, event labels, and a context menu for pin navigation and source tracking has been added. […]