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Black magic probe boundary scan

I have a simple question. Can black magic probe be used to do boundary scan? I couldn't find that it says explicitly that. If not, what would be cheapest alternative to do that on STM32 (STM32F103) ...
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STM32 beginner board [closed]

I want to buy an STM32 development board, and I was thinking to try one of these really cheap ones on eBay (from China). My choice is the following: Core407V STM32F407VET6 STM32 Cortex-M4 Development ...
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What Development board should I choose if my final target is STM32F030CC [closed]

I'm thinking of using a STM32F030CC for its 6 U(S)ART ports, but I can't find a development kit for that specific microcontroller. Is there another development kit that's compatible with STM32F030CC? ...
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Debugging an ARM (STM32) Microcontroller using Qt Creator

I have been working with STM32 series ARM microcontrollers on IAR Embedded Workbench for a while. For some reasons, now I need to move my works to Qt-Creator (both on Windows and Linux). In IAR EWARM, ...
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Using CooCox as an alternative to Keil MDK-ARM - any limitations?

A very popular and advertised tool for programming ARM microcontrollers is Keil MDK-ARM. The evaluation version can be downloaded here. However there is a code-size limitation of 32 kB for using ...
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How do I develop for STM32 discovery on Linux? [closed]

I have an STM32 discovery board and would like to be able to program it on Linux. What is the easiest way to do this?