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New Tutorial: Debug Header for the Feather [M0]

The Feather [M0] development boards have so much going for them with a beefy 32-bit processor running at a respectable clock speed (48 MHz) that is also loaded with storage (256k flash + 32k ram). The best part about  using these boards is that the code running on them can be executed in full debug mode. A gdb client can be used to stop, step, and print values of variables. Adafruit’s latest tutorial will walk you through the Feather M0 setup for JTAG debugging on OS/X.


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