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Intel® Quark™ D1000 – PushButton ISR example, Windows Host

Summary -

This guide covers using Intel® Quark™ D1000 Microcontroller, and show how to use Eclipse* IDE to modify the simple example which is already implemented inside of firmware. This guide also show how to check the JTAG connection to D1000 CRB using OpenOCD to flash created image and do the source line debugging using it.

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    < Getting Started with Intel® System Studio for Microcontroller >

     This document provides general overview of the Intel® System Studio for Microcontrollers, information how to use it for developing and debugging your applications for the Intel® QuarkTM microcontroller D1000 on Linux* platforms from the command line and from Eclipse* IDE, gives a list of compiler options and points to additional product information and technical support.

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