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 on: May 27, 2020, 09:14:08 21:14 
Started by titi - Last post by pigtail
Hello HackAndCrack,

I am trying to use KeyGen but I am not having success; the application does not open. I've tried it on Win 10 and Win 7, both x64.

 on: May 27, 2020, 09:20:28 09:20 
Started by jfet - Last post by jfet
Noteembedded developer

 on: May 27, 2020, 08:02:37 08:02 
Started by Ddrass - Last post by Ddrass
NoteInterested in electronics, want to share knowledge which I know and I want to ask some doubts from this website members.

Please add me to the website


 on: May 26, 2020, 08:17:42 20:17 
Started by Gabtech - Last post by Gabtech
NoteDigital Electronics. Signal Generators. Interesting Projects. I want to add value by working as a teem. My Job.

 on: May 26, 2020, 06:15:31 18:15 
Started by chicowood - Last post by millegps
I think espressif should improve their support for IDE. As I said in another post, jtag interface is supported in eclipse and also in visual studio with their official plugin.
As a developer I don't want to lose my time setting up tools or worry too much about libraries or toolchain that can break my setup.

I just saw in idf 4.0.1, released a few days ago, there is official support and documentation for eclipse plugin. I think I should try it again as it is my favourite IDE

 on: May 26, 2020, 04:54:54 16:54 
Started by chicowood - Last post by chicowood
So does the company of processor over the ESP32 have its own development platform? I wanted to ask due to I was wondering Roll Eyes
Yes, the ESP8266 and ESP32 come from Espressif. They have an IDE, but it doesn't have the simulation and debug capabilities that, for example, Microchip's IDEs do. (I think...?)

I used their ESP32 documentation to get JTAG working on the ESP32 in the Arduino IDE, and their toolchain is used when developing for their chips on Arduino, but I haven't yet gotten involved with their IDE (ESP-IDF) yet. I've chosen to go with the Arduino environment with these ESP chips because the vast range of Arduino libraries have been ported to them. But I'm open to any suggestions or advice from those who've gone with the Espressif environment.

@ b555b: Yes, so far in my ESP32 setup I'm using VisualMicro running under MS Visual Studio. Getting that running is what got me starting to explore what the best setup would be. I know there's also VisualGDB (which I haven't started playing with yet). I'm curious to know if anybody here has used both VisualMicro and VisualGDB and could comment on their preference...

 on: May 26, 2020, 10:20:28 10:20 
Started by chicowood - Last post by b555b
Would anyone who is using JTAG with OpenOCD and GDB to debug ESP32s care to share their experiences? Setup and workflow? Debugging techniques? I finally got JTAG/GDB set up and I'm really excited have the tools that I've had for years with PICs (and 80xx's long before that...)

From my previous searches (not yet tested, but is one my long list of things to try) I guess the easiest way to JTAG-debug on an ESP32 is to use Visual Micro (= Arduino on Visual Studio). It is not OpenOCD based, but maybe compatible with the JTAG interface you are using (basically FT2232 and J-Link are supported).
More info :
and obviously ;-)

 on: May 26, 2020, 08:53:13 08:53 
Started by chicowood - Last post by comlekciler
I do not know much about the subject you are talking about. However, every processor company develops its own platform or has partners that it develops or supports. For example, such as MPLAB for Microchip or KEIL, IAR, EMBITZ for ST (ARM). So does the company of processor over the ESP32 have its own development platform? I wanted to ask due to I was wondering Roll Eyes

 on: May 26, 2020, 07:21:14 07:21 
Started by Amruth M Rai - Last post by Ahmad_k
at least he is honest  Cheesy

 on: May 26, 2020, 06:02:57 06:02 
Started by Kombinator - Last post by token0
I need these files.

Here  Grin

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