MISRA-C 2004 code checker

Started by djordj in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 29 replies

Hi, I need a tool to check C code MISRA-C 2004 compliance: as I need it for various embedded compiler (GNU-ARM, Freescale CodeWarrior and...

Hi, I need a tool to check C code MISRA-C 2004 compliance: as I need it for various embedded compiler (GNU-ARM, Freescale CodeWarrior and AVRStudio), I thought about an external code checker (like PC-Lint for example). What can I use? Thank you


GDB-compatible Debugger for the Freescale Coldfire MCF52235CAL60 V2 Ethernet Processor

Started by Randy Yates in comp.arch.embedded5 years ago 12 replies

Hi Folks, I've been searching for a device like this and have only located one thus far, the Abatron BDI3000. However, at $2600, this is...

Hi Folks, I've been searching for a device like this and have only located one thus far, the Abatron BDI3000. However, at $2600, this is outside my budget. Does anyone know of a less expensive debugger that meets these requirements? The goal is to put together a toolchain involving it, Sourcery's gnu toolchain for the device, and Eclipse. So the key is requirement is that it must be com...


Green Hills vs. Freescale CodeWarrior for ColdFire development

Started by Dave Rahardja in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 17 replies

Hi folks. I'm planning on developing an application for the ColdFire that uses pretty cutting-edge C++ features (at least for the embedded...

Hi folks. I'm planning on developing an application for the ColdFire that uses pretty cutting-edge C++ features (at least for the embedded world), such as partial template specialization, Koenig lookup, heavy reliance on automatic template parameter deduction, etc., but nothing that's not contained in the C++03 spec, and certainly nothing that a contemporary desktop compiler (MS VC++ 2005 f...


uC/OS-II port for the Freescale MC9S12XEP100

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

Hi guys, I'm doing a project for college that involves porting the uC/OS-II rtos to the MC9S12XEP100. First part of the project is to get the...

Hi guys, I'm doing a project for college that involves porting the uC/OS-II rtos to the MC9S12XEP100. First part of the project is to get the RTOS up and running on the chip and then offload some features to the coprocessor (Xgate module). I'm in the research stage at the moment and need a bit of help to get going really. At the moment I'm working through Jean Labrosse's book on his uC/...


USB host on VxWorks 5.5 PPC 5200

Started by sfsh...@gmail.com in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 2 replies

I need information on how to add USB functinality - reading and writing from a mass storage device (DoK). My board is a PPC based, MPC5220...

I need information on how to add USB functinality - reading and writing from a mass storage device (DoK). My board is a PPC based, MPC5220 (freescale) Lite evaluation board, and I'm running on a VxWorks 5.5 version. Any help or a point to where to begin from, would be very helpful.


Low cost Coldfire proto board?

Started by Ken Barlow in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 1 reply

Can anybody recommend a low cost prototyping board for ColdFire. The freescale board is too much, I only require a few digital IO and a...

Can anybody recommend a low cost prototyping board for ColdFire. The freescale board is too much, I only require a few digital IO and a serial port to try out compilers. Thanks.


Eval Boards Online

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 1 reply

I came across this site last week which takes eval boards and makes them web accessible. They have Freescale, Renesas, and some other boards...

I came across this site last week which takes eval boards and makes them web accessible. They have Freescale, Renesas, and some other boards set-up online so you can use them. And they don't even charge you to use them. I've been on an ADI Blackfin board for hours writing code and trying to learn how to use it. Has anyone else seen these? http://www.techonline.com/community/ed_resource/vir...


Data Sheet of MPFB1632

Started by KHR in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago

Hi, I am looking for the PDF data sheet of MPFB1632 (Motorola Modular Platform board for the MC683xx series). Freescale and several part...

Hi, I am looking for the PDF data sheet of MPFB1632 (Motorola Modular Platform board for the MC683xx series). Freescale and several part distributors told me that they don't have it anymore. Has someone any idea where to get it? I have to start a project with this board. I already have such a board but unfortunately the documentation is missing. Thanks in advance


RCHW for powerpc MPC5566

Started by matrix13 in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 1 reply

Hello Community, I am new to PowerPC and I have the Freescale MPC5566EVB with me for experimenting with MPC5566. I am using CodeWarrior with...

Hello Community, I am new to PowerPC and I have the Freescale MPC5566EVB with me for experimenting with MPC5566. I am using CodeWarrior with PENexus Micro debugger. My aim is to develop a code for FMPLL and store it in MPC internal SRAM. Then I want to boot the device from the internal SRAM. I have two questions regarding this. 1. What is the configuration of BOOTCFG for booting from 'interna...


OSE EPSILON on MAC7100 exactly MAC7111 LCEVB

Started by firefox78 in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies

I'm making some test with a Freescale MAC7111 on a MAC7100LCEVB. I use IAR as compiler and OSE EPSILON as RTOS. Now I have a project that...

I'm making some test with a Freescale MAC7111 on a MAC7100LCEVB. I use IAR as compiler and OSE EPSILON as RTOS. Now I have a project that is compiled righ, but when I upload the firmware to the MAC7111 the program doesn't exit from vector table initalization on CRT0.s79 someone have some idea? ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;- Setup Exceptio...


HCS08 Serial Number or ID

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies

Gentle Denizens: Does Freescale's HCS08 series have a vaguely unique serial number that one can programmatically gain access to? I am working...

Gentle Denizens: Does Freescale's HCS08 series have a vaguely unique serial number that one can programmatically gain access to? I am working out part of a networking protocol, and a canned ID would do me wonders. I remember that Temic's 8051 derivatives had a serial number that you could get at. Of course, they piled on the disclaimers about not relying on its uniqueness, etc., and th...


56F8000 bootloader application test file

Started by boB_K7IQ in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 1 reply

I am trying to find "test_app_56F801x.S" S-Record file or the source that is supposedly included with this Codewarrior IDE. ...

I am trying to find "test_app_56F801x.S" S-Record file or the source that is supposedly included with this Codewarrior IDE. (CodeWarrior Development Studio for Freescale DSP56800/E Hybrid Controllers, version 7.1) I can't locate either the source or the .S file in any of the directories. Does anyone have this or know where I can find it ? I am having suspicions that support for th...


MPC5566 boot code

Started by matrix13 in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 10 replies

I am using Freescale MPC5566 Evaluation board with CodeWarrior 5.9.0. I am quite new to this board and I am trying to execute a code from the...

I am using Freescale MPC5566 Evaluation board with CodeWarrior 5.9.0. I am quite new to this board and I am trying to execute a code from the MPC internal Flash. I use P&E Micro for debugging purposes. I opened a new 5566 project from CW. It automatically generated all the configuration files. I did not change any of those. I only modified the main.c file by initializing a GPIO. I use the GPIO to...


Another post about V4L, ARM and OpenCV on another embedded platform

Started by allsey87 in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago

As you might of guess, I'm having some issues getting the above to play nicer together. Before I get to the details of my problem, and for the...

As you might of guess, I'm having some issues getting the above to play nicer together. Before I get to the details of my problem, and for the benefit of other who may google this post looking for help in the future, this is my configuration / approach so far. Building Host: Ubunutu 10.10 Target Host: ARM-Linux (ARM9) - Processor Freescale i.MX27 - Board: APF27 from Armadeus Systems Open...


ST Microelectronics STM8 Programmer?

Started by David T. Ashley in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 9 replies

We are contemplating using the STM8 for a high-volume automotive application. We haven't been able to find a good end-of-line programming...

We are contemplating using the STM8 for a high-volume automotive application. We haven't been able to find a good end-of-line programming solution. We typically program our microcontrollers after the circuit boards are fully assembled. For the Freescale parts, we've been using, we had good luck with P&E Micro's Cyclone Pro: http://www.pemicro.com/products/product_viewDetails.cfm?...


Cant get eeprom emulation to work on mc9s12C32

Started by seegoon in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago

Hi to all. I can't seem to get the eeprom emulation on a mc9s12C32 to work. I have the App note AN2303/D and associated files from Freescale...

Hi to all. I can't seem to get the eeprom emulation on a mc9s12C32 to work. I have the App note AN2303/D and associated files from Freescale website , but I am still struggling. I am new to this processor and have never done anything like this before , so excuse me if I am being a bit of a "dumbo" :0( I have created a basic project using the "Processor Expert" function. Xtal freq is 1...


802.15.4 RF issues

Started by linnix in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 26 replies

We are using the Microchip MRF24JA40 802.15.4 RF transceiver, might look into Atmel's AT86RF231 and Freescale's MC13202 as well. We have one...

We are using the Microchip MRF24JA40 802.15.4 RF transceiver, might look into Atmel's AT86RF231 and Freescale's MC13202 as well. We have one working board talking to a Microchip pre-made module, but two non-working boards. The only difference is the crystal. The working one is 5 mm SMD and the non-working one is 11 mm 2 pins. Could it be so sensitive to crystal selection? Do we need to p...


Compare ARM MCU Vendors

Started by Dave Graffio in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 51 replies

How do you compare ARM MCU manufacturers for a project in the USA? I see Atmel, St micro, nxp, Texas instr, Freescale, Marvell - are they all...

How do you compare ARM MCU manufacturers for a project in the USA? I see Atmel, St micro, nxp, Texas instr, Freescale, Marvell - are they all selling the same stuff or is there any real difference? I see St has faster parts but Atmel has more of them. Is price and support all the same? Google doesn't seem to show any information anywhere on this, which is really shocking. I am wonderi...


Cortex M3/M4 with bootloader ROM

Started by David Brown in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 83 replies

Does anyone have recommendations for Cortex M3/M4 microcontrollers with a bootloader in ROM? We use a number of Freescale Kinetis devices,...

Does anyone have recommendations for Cortex M3/M4 microcontrollers with a bootloader in ROM? We use a number of Freescale Kinetis devices, but there is no ROM bootloader - programming is through either JTAG or the EZ-Port (basically treating the chip like an SPI flash device). We have an application where a UART-based bootloader would be very useful, and having it in ROM would save a lot of...


Embedded Noob question: Netburner MOD5213/MOD5270 dev kits?

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 5 replies

As a complete noob at embedded development I'm looking at the FreeScale Netburner (5213) dev kit as a relatively capable processor and...

As a complete noob at embedded development I'm looking at the FreeScale Netburner (5213) dev kit as a relatively capable processor and reasonably priced entry into the game, but with the pricing on the 5270 being effectively the same for twice the bang for the buck, I'm not sure how to proceed. The ram/flash size make either one appealing, but of course more is better, right?? The ...