AVR Studio 4.15 and AVR ONE!

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I already heard some rumours that the AVR ONE! can also be used to debug AT(X)mega in near future. And if you look at the newest AVR Studio release 4.15 you can find the following:

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Support for the new AVR ONE! on-chip debugging and programming tool. Introducing Live debug that enables you to attach/detach to running processes (AVR ONE! feature only)

Has anyone further information about this? Will there be something like a trace?

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Here is a press release about the AVR ONE by Atmel. It was already released in april 2008.

http://www.atmel.com/dyn/corporate/view_detail.asp?ref=&FileName=AVRONE_4_7.html&SEC_NAME=Product

I still wonder if someone knows more about the AVR ONE features for ATmega, ATXmega and tinyAVR...

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It has full support for XMEGA. No trace (yet?) since no XMEGA devices have OCD with trace. Mega and tiny support coming up.

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Hav you tested the XMEGA with the AVR ONE? Any advantages in comparison with the JTAGICE mkII?

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It's speed, mostly. Programming is much faster. Debugging is also snappier. Big memory views doesn't seem to slow down single stepping either.

Also, the command line utility for AVR ONE! supports XMEGA, while the one for JTAGICE mkII doesn't.