How to connect a ST-Link debugger to a Cortex-M1 design

Hi.

I started to play with DesignStart FPGA and implemented example design to a Xilinx Arty board. I successfully imported BSP to Keil, did some changes there and generated a new bitstream. Now I would like to start debug session in Keil, but I don't have DAP Link board. So, I have several questions...

1. Is it possible to start debug session directly to Arty board with another debugger (e.g. ST-Link)?

2. Where can I find the required pins on Arty board for ST-Link debugger? (SWDIO, SWCLK)

3. Do I even need a DAPLink_to_Arty_shield IP in my design if I want to connect ST-Link debugger to the Cortex-M1 processor?

Thank you for your help!

Matic

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  • This is mentioned in Chapter 4 of the user guide:

    You can use the optional Arm V2C-DAPLink board with these
    headers to use Cortex‑M1 for easy debug and software development. If you do not use the V2CDAPLink
    board, you can still connect a Serial Wire Debug (SWD) probe (Arm Keil® ULINK  or
    similar) to J4 (nSRST on I/O[39], SWDIO on I/O[40], and SWCLK on I/O[41]).

    Yes, ST-Link can be connected directly to the debug pins with no adaptor board. We only tested with ULINK however.

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