Which ARM SWD/JTAG adapter works best for you?

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    Ben Stuyts

    We use various of Rowley's own adapters, both the CrossConnect classic and the CrossConnect Lite. You will also need their separate SWD adapter. They all work great on Windows and Mac. The Lite doesn't have a casing so needs a bit more careful handling, but we use it for production programming anyway.

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    Robert Wood

    Crossconnect Classic gets a vote from me too. Works well on Linux and Mac (and I assume Windows).

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    Leon Heller

    I've been using the CrossConnect Classic for years, it works very well. I use it with Win7 x64. The on-board interfaces supplied with the ST and TI/Stellaris boards also work OK with with CrossWorks.

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    Ben Rector

    I have a Segger J-Link and it works great.

    I have CrossConnectand it works great as well.

    The CrossConnect seems to be a little slower than the CrossConnect, but when I have had issues with the J-Linik the past the CrossConnect didn't suffer from the issues and it worked when the J-Link didn't.

    I am working on an NXP MCU (Cortex-M4)

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    Duncan Alister Gunn

    I have both the ST-Link and the CorssConnect Lite and found both to be excellent.  I use the CrossConnect Lite more often though because I just don't get any issues with it Period!  There are always project boxes if the Lite's lack of housing might cause you a problem and it's not at all difficult to make one fit.

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