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HC12 s file generation

Started by Ming Jiang September 20, 2002
Hello All,
I burned a s2 file with metrowerks tool and tried to flash program it into the micro using P&E PROG12Z programmer. I realized that I need to use an app called SRecCvt from Motorola to convert my s2 file into a linear s file first. Could anybody please tell me the command line that I have to enter in order to generate a correct linear s file for MC9S12DP256? I followed the example from documentation and it didn't work.
Here is the DOS command I have entered for SRecCvt:
SrecCvt -m c0000 fffff 32 -o LCD_CV1.s19 LCD_CV.s19

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Ming,

The correct SRecCvt command line for converting a 'banked' S-Record file to a linear S-Record file for the 9S12DP256 is:

sreccvt -b 16 0x30 32 -o <OutFileName.S19> InFileName.S19

See the description of the -b option in the documentation for further details.

Regards,
Gordon

Ming Jiang wrote:

> Hello All,
> I burned a s2 file with metrowerks tool and tried to flash program it into the micro using P&E PROG12Z programmer. I realized that I need to use an app called SRecCvt from Motorola to convert my s2 file into a linear s file first. Could anybody please tell me the command line that I have to enter in order to generate a correct linear s file for MC9S12DP256? I followed the example from documentation and it didn't work.
> Here is the DOS command I have entered for SRecCvt:
> SrecCvt -m c0000 fffff 32 -o LCD_CV1.s19 LCD_CV.s19
>
> Regards,
> Ming Jiang
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Mr Gordon,
I noticed that you are the guy who wrote that app. I tried to enter the command line you just e-mailed to me. I got "Invalid Bank Load Address" messages instead. What went wrong this time?

>>> 09/20/02 10:31AM >>>
Ming,

The correct SRecCvt command line for converting a 'banked' S-Record file to a linear S-Record file for the 9S12DP256 is:

sreccvt -b 16 0x30 32 -o <OutFileName.S19> InFileName.S19

See the description of the -b option in the documentation for further details.

Regards,
Gordon

Ming Jiang wrote:

> Hello All,
> I burned a s2 file with metrowerks tool and tried to flash program it into the micro using P&E PROG12Z programmer. I realized that I need to use an app called SRecCvt from Motorola to convert my s2 file into a linear s file first. Could anybody please tell me the command line that I have to enter in order to generate a correct linear s file for MC9S12DP256? I followed the example from documentation and it didn't work.
> Here is the DOS command I have entered for SRecCvt:
> SrecCvt -m c0000 fffff 32 -o LCD_CV1.s19 LCD_CV.s19
>
> Regards,
> Ming Jiang
>
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Ming,

Send me your S-Record file off list & I'll have a look at it. Could be that your linker file is setup incorrectly.

Regards,
Gordon

Ming Jiang wrote:

> Mr Gordon,
> I noticed that you are the guy who wrote that app. I tried to enter the command line you just e-mailed to me. I got "Invalid Bank Load Address" messages instead. What went wrong this time?
>
> >>> 09/20/02 10:31AM >>>
> Ming,
>
> The correct SRecCvt command line for converting a 'banked' S-Record file to a linear S-Record file for the 9S12DP256 is:
>
> sreccvt -b 16 0x30 32 -o <OutFileName.S19> InFileName.S19
>
> See the description of the -b option in the documentation for further details.
>
> Regards,
> Gordon
>
> Ming Jiang wrote:
>
> > Hello All,
> > I burned a s2 file with metrowerks tool and tried to flash program it into the micro using P&E PROG12Z programmer. I realized that I need to use an app called SRecCvt from Motorola to convert my s2 file into a linear s file first. Could anybody please tell me the command line that I have to enter in order to generate a correct linear s file for MC9S12DP256? I followed the example from documentation and it didn't work.
> > Here is the DOS command I have entered for SRecCvt:
> > SrecCvt -m c0000 fffff 32 -o LCD_CV1.s19 LCD_CV.s19
> >
> > Regards,
> > Ming Jiang
> >
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Motorola Semiconductor Fax: 937-434-7457
Field Applications Engineer Pager: 800-759-8352 Pin: 1304089
Suite 175
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At 10:19 AM 9/20/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>Hello All,
> I burned a s2 file with metrowerks tool and tried to flash
> program it into the micro using P&E PROG12Z programmer. I realized that I
> need to use an app called SRecCvt from Motorola to convert my s2 file
> into a linear s file first. Could anybody please tell me the command line
> that I have to enter in order to generate a correct linear s file for
> MC9S12DP256? I followed the example from documentation and it didn't work.
>Here is the DOS command I have entered for SRecCvt:
>SrecCvt -m c0000 fffff 32 -o LCD_CV1.s19 LCD_CV.s19
>
>Regards,
>Ming Jiang

P&E has a Windows S Record converter that may be easier to use. You can d/l
it for free at www.pemicro.com // richard <http://www.imagecraft.com>. We had a server CRASH :-( Please
rejoin ImageCraft mailing lists <http://www.dragonsgate.net/mailman/listinfo>
[ For technical support, please include all previous replies in your msgs. ]


Hello,
there is no need to use any other tool to generate any kind of S-Records with CodeWarrior
(linear, non-linear, quadratic ;-) etc).
This is supported straigt away and in automatic way with the burner/S-Record Generator integrated in
CodeWarrior.
Check out Technical Note (TN93) which is installed together with the documentation.
I will send it to you off-list as well.

Erich

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ming Jiang [mailto:]
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> Subject: [68HC12] HC12 s file generation > Hello All,
> I burned a s2 file with metrowerks tool and tried to flash program it into the micro using P&E PROG12Z
> programmer. I realized that I need to use an app called SRecCvt from Motorola to convert my s2 file into a linear s file
> first. Could anybody please tell me the command line that I have to enter in order to generate a correct linear s file
> for MC9S12DP256? I followed the example from documentation and it didn't work.
> Here is the DOS command I have entered for SRecCvt:
> SrecCvt -m c0000 fffff 32 -o LCD_CV1.s19 LCD_CV.s19
>
> Regards,
> Ming Jiang > *************************************************************************
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