Hardware Debugger is a graphical tool for detecting, diagnosing, and testing custom hardware. It is designed to meet the needs of the hardware developer by enabling quick and easy testing of hardware without writing any code. Hardware Debugger runs under Linux, Solaris, and Windows.
|Tags||Software Development Debuggers Hardware Scientific/Engineering|
|Operating Systems||Windows Unix|
Release Notes: Support for Linux kernel 2.4.20 was added. Minor code improvements were made in Visual Basic PCI, ISA, and USB code generation. Installation problems (which occurred since v6.00) on multi-processor (SMP) Linux systems were resolved. Linux Scatter/Gather DMA was improved to correctly handle HIGHMEM support.
Release Notes: Support for USB on Linux was added.
Release Notes: Various DriverWizard changes were made for the purpose of enhancing usability and user experience. Several transfer commands that acknowledge an interrupt or which are for interrupt acknowledgement can now be set in the DriverWizard. The Debug Monitor buffer overflow behavior was improved so that older messages are lost instead of new messages.