I am beginning a project where I will be creating a custom board. I am undecided on what MCU I will use, though it looks like it is between the Renesas RZ/A1H from the GR-PEACH or the STM32F767ZIT6 from the NUCLEO-F767ZI. What I don’t fully understand is how integrating DAPLink on a custom board for these controllers works even after reading up on DAPLink. From what I can tell, there are several MCUs that can function as a DAPLink interface, such as the LPC11U35 or STM32F103CBT6, but what I don’t understand is how the firmware for an interface chip works. Is the firmware on the interface chips generic and they all serve as programmers for any MCU? Or in the case of the GR-PEACH I found a firmware at https://armmbed.github.io/DAPLink/ for the GR-PEACH in particular for an LPC11U35, meaning I’m limited to using only the LPC11U35 as a programmer? And that same webpage also returns no results when searching for Nucleo boards, so if DAPLink firmware is target MCU specific, where would I find that firmware? If anyone can clear that up, that would be great, thanks!