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Automated tests and emulators (MKL26Z and MKL27Z)

Question asked by Joey Gouly on Apr 8, 2015
Latest reply on Apr 8, 2015 by Mark Butcher

Hi all,


I have begun to work on some firmware, and have been manually testing my changes.


It's starting to get annoying! Are there free emulators or simulators available for Kinetis L chips?

I'm working with USB, so being able to emulate the protocol there would be great too. Also, preferably running

on Linux or OS X. I think uTasker has an emulator, but only works on Windows?


I'm new to firmware development, how do other people run tests?



Also, I started working on MKL26Z, but since the MKL27Z has crystal-less USB, I might switch to that.

To port my code to that, I'd just need to change the clock setup code, right? Everything else stays the same.