I am designing my first board with a 10 pin connector, intending to connect to the Atmel-Ice, and I am paranoid of flipping the the pins, and making the board a pretty paperweight.
The schematic below is intended to be on my board, and connect to the ICE. Does this look correct?
Ultimately, I'd like to use a Tag-Connect cable rather than put a connector on my board, but came across a disturbing message on their web site regarding the pinout of the Atmel-ICE (http://www.tag-connect.com/TC2030-CTX-NL):
WARNING for ATMEL-ICE users: Astoundingly the new Atmel-ICE has it's SWD header pin numbering reversed. To use our cable with their backwards header you'll either need to cut off the ribbon connector locating lug and plug it in reversed, or connect a new ribbon header onto our cable backwards. If you plug in a standard (correct) Cortex cable you're going to short power and stuff out.
Per Tag-Connect, they actually sell a cable called TC2050-IDC-050-LEMTA (do you see what they did there? ;) ) that is not in their official catalog to address this issue.
Also discussed here: http://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/atmel-ice-debugger (see second to last post). I just purchased my Atmel-ICE about a month ago. Has this issue been resolved, or is it still outstanding?