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SVD file needed for K64 in Jlink ozone

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Contributor I

I am using a sagger Jlink debugger with Kinetis K64 -MK64FN1M.

using their ozone debugger i want to peripheral registers.

for that it uses a .svd file but by default it showing some registers but not all  .

it uses ARMV7  svd for that can anyone provide me a solution.

i want to see all peripherals like i2c lin port etc

kinetis-k64‌ segger jlink‌ #svd

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NXP Employee

SVD files for specific parts are supplied as part of the MCUXpresso SDK packages (MCUXpresso SDK|NXP ), which you can generate and download from http://mcuxpresso.nxp.com/

These SVD files are automatically used by our own IDE and debugger (including if you use our debugger via J-Link.

But if you wish to use the SVD file with a third party debugger, you will need to manually extract the required SVD (XML) file from the package and follow the instructions provided by the third party to make them accessible to your debugger.

Regards,

MCUXpresso IDE Support

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Contributor I

Hello,

I found all the SVD(.xml) files are used for NXP mcuxpresso IDE and they do not follow the rules of CMSIS shown in the website https://www.keil.com/pack/doc/CMSIS/SVD/html/index.html

Does NXP provides the .svd file for a specific core or a specific board? If so, could you please share a method how to get the .svd file?

Thanks.

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Contributor IV

Can you provide instructions for how to manually extract the SVD file?

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