The old instructions can be found here.
These instructions assume that you are running Windows on your computer.
Make sure to have Git installed. If you do not, you can follow the instructions here.
If you have not already, use Git to checkout the rone repository at GitHub.
Copy these following files
Also, grab OpenOCD from here.
Extract the to some local directory you can easily remember, as you will need to reference it again soon.
Connect the JTAG adaptor to your computer using a USB cable.
The drivers installed automatically by Windows for the JTAG adaptor are incorrect for our purposes, so they must be overwritten.
Grab the Zadig USB driver installer and unzip it to a local directory.
Run Zadig, and from the top menu bar select Options > List All Devices. This will now show, among other things, two entries entitled Dual RS232-HS. These drivers both need to be replaced by libusb-win32.
For each interface, make sure the box next to the right of the green arrow has libusb-win32 listed. If not, tab through the options until it is found. Then, reinstall the driver.
Make sure this is done for both Interface 0 and Interface 1.
Note that this has to be done each time you plug the JTAG adaptor into a different USB port on your computer.
As a test, start Eclipse and set your workspace to
Then, make sure your perspective in Eclipse is set to C/C++
In the Project Explorer tab, right click and select Import..., and from that dialog select General > Existing Projects into Workspace. Select the robotcode directory as the root directory (which should be the default selected), and watch the list of projects populate. From this list, select driverlib, FreeRTOS, roneLib, roneos, and SuperDemo. This will pull these projects into the workspace.
Next, right click on the SuperDemo project under the Project Explorer and select Properties. Then, pull up C/C++ Build > Settings and go to the Toolchains tab. Then put the absolute path to
in Global Path. Apply this new setting.
Finally, right click on the SuperDemo project and select Debug As > Debug Configurations.... Then, go to GDB OpenOCD Debugging > SuperDemo bin_rone_v12 > Debugger and go to the Debugger tab. Click Variables..., then Edit Variables... on the popup, then New... on the new popup. Type in a new variable of name openocd_path and use the location of
for the value. Click Ok, Ok, then Cancel, and apply this new setting.
Build each project to create the necessary dependencies, and then finally pull up the SuperDemo debugging dialog and select debug with the robot attached to the JTAG adaptor. This should start building and programming the robot.