I would use Analog Device EVAL-ADUCM360QSPZ with Eclipse IDE on Windows 7 64-bit, but the ADuCM360-IDE Tool Chain does not work with it istead Keil IDE works very well.You cannnot use the driver mbed CMSIS-DAP/Serial drivers (for Windows) because the EVAL-ADUCM360QSPZ use a Segger J-Link Lite as interface so you have to use the debug configuration "GDB SEGGER J-Link debug" instead of "GDB debug ApenODC ":
but with this configuration, the debuger gives the errors:
In Windows XP 32-bit debugging session ends with the same error, but by specifying the error with the message:Error in services launch sequenceLaunching command [ /JLinkGDBServerCL.exe -if swd -device ADuCM360 -endian little -speed 1000 (I have tryed with 30 kHz istead of 1000, but the result is the same) -port 2331 -swoport 2332 -telnetport 2333 -vd -ir -localhost 1 -singlerun -strinc -timeout 0 -nogui ] failed.
The Segger programs JLinkConfig.exe, JLinkDLLUpdater.exe, JLinkGDBServer.exe, JLinkGDBServerCL.exe, JFlashARM.exe and JLink.execommunicate and work very well with the EVAL-ADUCM360QSPZ evaluation board.
The post has been moved, so don't worry, we are looking into the question now. Just for your information, the Eclipse ADuCM360-IDE was designed for the EVAL-ADICUP360, not for the EVAL-ADuCM360QSPZ board. There are some differences in the board using different hardware debug/programming methods. You may want to consider looking at using the ADICUP360 board as there are lots of project examples and hardware modules that attach to it.(EVAL-ADICUP360 User Guide [Analog Devices Wiki] )
Typically Keil or IAR are used with the EVAL-ADuCM360QSPZ board.