HOWTO on Flashing the STM32 with Flyswatter JTAG

Since my X-Link lately stopped working for no reason, I bough the flyswatter JTAG from tincantools. The flyswatter is known to work very well with Linux, and to be supported from OpenOCD. The only thing is, the flyswatter comes with an 14 pin JTAG, whereas the X-Link came with a 7 pin mini JTAG. Since I want to flash the IFLAT32, which also comes with a 7 pin mini JTAG, as well as my various STM32VL based projects (which I also equipped with a 7 pin interface), here is how one could build a 14 to 7 pin JTAG adaptor.

Flyswatter connected to IFLAT32

Flyswatter connected to IFLAT32

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