After almost 7 months since previous 0.6.1 version, new 0.7.0 release is out! Source packages are available to download from SourceForge. If you use Windows and don’t want to build the executable yourself, Freddie Chopin provides binaries on his personal website.
Here is the NEWS file for this release, which highlights the most important changes:
This file includes highlights of the changes made in the OpenOCD source archive release. See the repository history for details about what changed, including bug fixes and other issues not mentioned here.
- New TI ICDI adapter support.
- Support Latest OSBDM firmware.
- Improved MIPS EJTAG Support.
- New ARMv7R and Cortex-R4 support.
- Added ChibiOS/RT support.
- New NXP LPC1850 support.
- New NXP LPC4300 support.
- New NXP SPIFI support.
- New Energy Micro EFM32 support.
- New ST STM32W support.
- New ST STM32f2 write protection and lock/unlock support.
- Ability to override STM32 flash bank size.
Board, Target, and Interface Configuration Scripts:
- Support Freescale i.MX6 series targets.
- New MIPS debugging info.
Build and Release:
For more details about what has changed since the last release, see the git repository history. With gitweb, you can browse that in various levels of detail.
For older NEWS, see the NEWS files associated with each release (i.e. NEWS-<version>).
For more information about contributing test reports, bug fixes, or new features and device support, please read the new Developer Manual (or the BUGS and PATCHES.txt files in the source archive).