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Programming and debugging with STM32F4-Discovery

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Hi,
I am using uC/OS II in my project. I have made it work on LPC1768(Keil Simulator). I am also using Ethernet in project
As I don't have any programmer or debugger for LPC1768 I will have to program LPC1768 with UART0 but i don't like it because it requires RS-232 port or FTDI chip and it doesn't provide debug capabilities.
I have just bought STM32F4-Discovery board which has STM32F407VG on it. So I was thinking of using it as Programmer debugger
so I have some questions

1)is there any way to program and debug LPC1768 using ST-Link v2 on discovery board with or without any modifications?
2) If i can not program NXP parts by ST-Link how much difficult will it be for me to switch to another ST microcontroller with CM3 or CM4(if supported by uC/OS II by turning off FPU) core?
I have no prior experience with ST parts
3)if i can switch to ST parts which is good alternative to LPC1768 which i can use with ST-Link provided on discovery board


Thanks in advance
 

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