1.5.5. New features in Multi-ICE Version 2.0

The new features in Multi-ICE Version 2.0 were:

New processor support
ARM7 cores

ARM7TDMI-S™ (Rev 1 and Rev 2), ARM7TDI-S™ (Rev 2), and Samsung KS32C50100.

ARM9 cores

ARM9E-S™ (Rev 0), ARM920T™ (Rev 1), ARM946E-S™ (Rev 0), and ARM966E-S™ (Rev 0).

ARM10 cores

ARM1020T™ (Rev 0), ARM10200T™ (Rev 0).

Intel XScale microarchitecture

Intel 80200.

New operating system support

Windows 2000 and Solaris 7.0.

Support for the ARM Developer Suite

Full support for ADS v1.1, including the Trace Debug Tools (TDT).

Better target processor descriptions

Targets that have additional components, for example, system coprocessors and floating point units, can now be described and presented more clearly in the user interface, and are also no longer hard coded in the Multi-ICE DLL.

New Configuration dialog

The configuration dialog is now simpler to use, and includes support for the ARM TDT, and you can now search for Multi-ICE servers running on workstations using the Windows Network Browser service.

Embedded Trace Macrocell (ETM) and MultiTrace™ support

Multi-ICE supports access to the ETM.

MultiTrace is the ARM execution trace solution (available as a separate product) that includes the additional software and hardware.

RealMonitor support

Multi-ICE supports access to RealMonitor (RM), the ARM real-time debug solution.

EmbeddedICE/RT is supported

Multi-ICE supports processors containing ARM cores that contain the EmbeddedICE/RT extensions.

Autoconfiguration extensions

Autoconfiguration now supports the ARM Integrator™ boards in configuration mode, making the FPGA firmware on these boards easier to modify.

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