NoICE Debugger

Features

Supported Compilers and Assemblers

ARM7

68HC12

68HC08

MSP430

8051

68HC11

6502/65C02

Z80/Z180

6809/6309

8080/8085

8096/80196

Links

 
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NoICE is a debugger for microprocessors. Using a minimum of resources on the target system, NoICE provides you with most of the features of an In Circuit Emulator - but with "No ICE" (and very little cash).

NoICE is available for a wide variety of targets:

  • ARM7 (ARM7TDMI), using JTAG, RDI, GDB protocol server, or simulator
  • 68HC12 and HCS12 (including Flash), using BDM, AN2548 Monitor, NoICE serial monitor, or simulator
  • 68HC08 and MC9S08 (including Flash), using BDM, MON08, AN2140 Monitor, or simulator
  • MSP430 (including Flash), using JTAG, Spy-bi-wire, or simulator
  • 8051, using the NoICE serial monitor or simulator
  • Z80 and Z180, using the NoICE serial monitor
  • 68HC11, using the NoICE serial monitor
  • 6502 and 65C02, using the NoICE serial monitor
  • 6809, 6309, 8096, 80196, 8080 and 8085, using the NoICE serial monitor

NoICE version 9.4 is available for download. Click here for a list of new features and changes.

A number of fixes and updates to NoICE 9.4 are available here.

 
   
NoICE Debugger Copyright 2012 by John Hartman Revised 11 May 2012