SDI Tools

Started by Lewis, Bob November 26, 2002
You can try the product from www.elektronikladen.de compod12. There is a
beta test for the DP256 part now; although I have not used the beta, given
my past knowledge of the company, it will be perfected very soon.
Elektronikladen does reference designs for Motorola and the quality of their
software and hardware is very good. I have used the compod12 for several
months with the dg128a part without problems.

Then next use ICC12 and NOICE12 for debugging, both excellent products.
NOICE12 has indicated that support for flashing directly the DP256 will be
added when Elektronikladen code is complete (I have no authority on this
other then the emails about flash problem). But for the time being you can
use all three and just use the program that comes with ComPod12 (StarProg)
to flash the DP256.

A very inexpensive solution.

ICC12 proffessional $399 www.imagecraft.com, NOICE12 $79
www.noicedebugger.com, ComPod12 $150 www.elektronikladen.de (this is by
memory, so you need to check the site). You can download the first two
products and use them in demostration mode for free to see how they perform
(ICC12 std version not prof). They work very well.

It will take very little time to get the system running. I found it much
more complex to use Metrowerks the the above for a smaller project, but then
I am not very well versed with Metrowerks as others might be.

Bob Lewis
At 03:47 AM 11/23/2002, you wrote:

>Dear all
>
>I think DP256 is best for my project but SDI tool is very bad tool, I think
>
>SDI tool for 9S12DP256 makes me crazy because Very often, SDI tool lost
>communication status and that makes me imosiible to debug my program and
>even wore i should lost my time to fix the problem.
>
>I don't want to waste my time to fix communication problem of SDI anymore,
>so i want to replace SDI with new One without big expense.
>
>Could you tell me which tool can replace Motorola SDI tool without big
>expense?
>
>best regards


Bob Lewis

Mgr. Process Computer Systems

Tilbury Cement Ltd (604) 946-0411 work
PO Box 950 (604) 946-2214 fax
7777 Ross Road (604) 727-1244 cell
Delta, BC V4G 1B8 (888) 820-5852 pager (major
cities)




Thanks for your good answer
I have one more question for Compod12,
Is it possbile for me to replace SDI tool with COMPOD12 with using Metrowerks(Hiwave tool) debugging tool?
best regards
"Lewis, Bob" <> wrote:You can try the product from www.elektronikladen.de compod12. There is a
beta test for the DP256 part now; although I have not used the beta, given
my past knowledge of the company, it will be perfected very soon.
Elektronikladen does reference designs for Motorola and the quality of their
software and hardware is very good. I have used the compod12 for several
months with the dg128a part without problems.

Then next use ICC12 and NOICE12 for debugging, both excellent products.
NOICE12 has indicated that support for flashing directly the DP256 will be
added when Elektronikladen code is complete (I have no authority on this
other then the emails about flash problem). But for the time being you can
use all three and just use the program that comes with ComPod12 (StarProg)
to flash the DP256.

A very inexpensive solution.

ICC12 proffessional $399 www.imagecraft.com, NOICE12 $79
www.noicedebugger.com, ComPod12 $150 www.elektronikladen.de (this is by
memory, so you need to check the site). You can download the first two
products and use them in demostration mode for free to see how they perform
(ICC12 std version not prof). They work very well.

It will take very little time to get the system running. I found it much
more complex to use Metrowerks the the above for a smaller project, but then
I am not very well versed with Metrowerks as others might be.

Bob Lewis
At 03:47 AM 11/23/2002, you wrote:

>Dear all
>
>I think DP256 is best for my project but SDI tool is very bad tool, I think
>
>SDI tool for 9S12DP256 makes me crazy because Very often, SDI tool lost
>communication status and that makes me imosiible to debug my program and
>even wore i should lost my time to fix the problem.
>
>I don't want to waste my time to fix communication problem of SDI anymore,
>so i want to replace SDI with new One without big expense.
>
>Could you tell me which tool can replace Motorola SDI tool without big
>expense?
>
>best regards


Bob Lewis

Mgr. Process Computer Systems

Tilbury Cement Ltd (604) 946-0411 work
PO Box 950 (604) 946-2214 fax
7777 Ross Road (604) 727-1244 cell
Delta, BC V4G 1B8 (888) 820-5852 pager (major
cities)

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You may also try HC12POD from www.krummsdorf.de. Is similar to the compod12 and
can programm DP256 parts up to 24MHz. There is also a little Debugger from
www.krummsdorf.de which supports the ICC12-Debug-output and take advantage of
some spezial features from the HC12POD (like 12V Programming-Voltage generation
for the older HC12-Parts).

Daniel Postler

Abt.: F/E

Dr. Fisch Umweltmesstechnik AG
Tel : 0049/ 34205/ 755 - 41
Fax: 0049/ 34205/ 755 - 40
Mail: Am 26.11.02 21:46:37, schrieb "Lewis, Bob" <>:

>You can try the product from www.elektronikladen.de compod12. There is a
>beta test for the DP256 part now; although I have not used the beta, given
>my past knowledge of the company, it will be perfected very soon.
>Elektronikladen does reference designs for Motorola and the quality of their
>software and hardware is very good. I have used the compod12 for several
>months with the dg128a part without problems.
>
>Then next use ICC12 and NOICE12 for debugging, both excellent products.
>NOICE12 has indicated that support for flashing directly the DP256 will be
>added when Elektronikladen code is complete (I have no authority on this
>other then the emails about flash problem). But for the time being you can
>use all three and just use the program that comes with ComPod12 (StarProg)
>to flash the DP256.
>
>A very inexpensive solution.
>
>ICC12 proffessional $399 www.imagecraft.com, NOICE12 $79
>www.noicedebugger.com, ComPod12 $150 www.elektronikladen.de (this is by
>memory, so you need to check the site). You can download the first two
>products and use them in demostration mode for free to see how they perform
>(ICC12 std version not prof). They work very well.
>
>It will take very little time to get the system running. I found it much
>more complex to use Metrowerks the the above for a smaller project, but then
>I am not very well versed with Metrowerks as others might be.
>
>Bob Lewis






Hello
I want to know whether I can replace SDI tool of Motorola with HC12POD in order to use Metroweks(Hi Wave) debuging tool.
Daniel Postler <> wrote:You may also try HC12POD from www.krummsdorf.de. Is similar to the compod12 and
can programm DP256 parts up to 24MHz. There is also a little Debugger from
www.krummsdorf.de which supports the ICC12-Debug-output and take advantage of
some spezial features from the HC12POD (like 12V Programming-Voltage generation
for the older HC12-Parts).

Daniel Postler

Abt.: F/E

Dr. F?isch Umweltmesstechnik AG
Tel : 0049/ 34205/ 755 - 41
Fax: 0049/ 34205/ 755 - 40
Mail: Am 26.11.02 21:46:37, schrieb "Lewis, Bob" :

>You can try the product from www.elektronikladen.de compod12. There is a
>beta test for the DP256 part now; although I have not used the beta, given
>my past knowledge of the company, it will be perfected very soon.
>Elektronikladen does reference designs for Motorola and the quality of their
>software and hardware is very good. I have used the compod12 for several
>months with the dg128a part without problems.
>
>Then next use ICC12 and NOICE12 for debugging, both excellent products.
>NOICE12 has indicated that support for flashing directly the DP256 will be
>added when Elektronikladen code is complete (I have no authority on this
>other then the emails about flash problem). But for the time being you can
>use all three and just use the program that comes with ComPod12 (StarProg)
>to flash the DP256.
>
>A very inexpensive solution.
>
>ICC12 proffessional $399 www.imagecraft.com, NOICE12 $79
>www.noicedebugger.com, ComPod12 $150 www.elektronikladen.de (this is by
>memory, so you need to check the site). You can download the first two
>products and use them in demostration mode for free to see how they perform
>(ICC12 std version not prof). They work very well.
>
>It will take very little time to get the system running. I found it much
>more complex to use Metrowerks the the above for a smaller project, but then
>I am not very well versed with Metrowerks as others might be.
>
>Bob Lewis
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I think there was a .dll-File to use the HC12POD in Hi Wave, so it should work with Metrowerks too.
But I have never test it. Maybe you ask direkt at .

Daniel Postler

Abt.: F/E

Dr. F?disch Umweltmesstechnik AG
Tel : 0049/ 34205/ 755 - 41
Fax: 0049/ 34205/ 755 - 40
Mail: Am 27.11.02 09:46:05, schrieb <>:

>
>Hello
>I want to know whether I can replace SDI tool of Motorola with HC12POD in order to use Metroweks(Hi Wave) debuging tool.






Hi.
As far as I know, then HI-WAVE/Metrowerks debugger does not have any driver
for HC12POD.
Regards,
Gilles At 10:20 AM 11/27/2002, you wrote:
>I think there was a .dll-File to use the HC12POD in Hi Wave, so it should
>work with Metrowerks too.
>But I have never test it. Maybe you ask direkt at .
>
>Daniel Postler
>
>Abt.: F/E
>
>Dr. F?disch Umweltmesstechnik AG
>Tel : 0049/ 34205/ 755 - 41
>Fax: 0049/ 34205/ 755 - 40
>Mail: >Am 27.11.02 09:46:05, schrieb <>:
>
> >
> >Hello
> >I want to know whether I can replace SDI tool of Motorola with HC12POD
> in order to use Metroweks(Hi Wave) debuging tool. >
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Hi.

Here is a copy of my answer to ByungJu Jin:

>
> Hello,
>
> sorry, no chance for using my hardware tool HC12POD with a S12DP256 and
> Metrowerks at this time with full bus speed because of an erratum in the
> BDM comm of the currently available mask sets of the 9S12DP256. I don't
> know whether Metrowerks can handle this with the SDI interface.
> My tool has the same software interface as an SDI (with possibly the
> same problems?).
> 1. So the development for 9S12 parts of my DLL is currently not
> finished.
> 2. My debugger can't handle ELF/DWARF output of the Metrowerks
> C-compiler. There is only
> minimal support for symbols and for absolute listings for debugging at
> assembly level.
> Full C source level support for the ICC12 Compiler from Imagecraft Inc.
> Additional informations at
> http://www.krummsdorf.de/hc12icd/hardwa_e.html
> http://www.krummsdorf.de/hc12icd/softw_e.html
> http://www.krummsdorf.de/hc12icd/downlo_e.html ( see inside the
> esrv311.zip archive)
>
> Regards
> J.Krummsdorf
>
> =?euc-kr?q? ?= wrote:
> >
> > Hello
> >
> > I am now trying to replace Motorola SDI tool with yours for S912DP256
> > motorola processor.
> >
> > Pls tell me whether it is possible to use your tool under Metrowek
> > environment to debug the program. if it is possible, Let me know it
> > how to do it.
> >
> > ByungJu Jin
> >

Gilles Blanquin wrote:
>
> Hi.
> As far as I know, then HI-WAVE/Metrowerks debugger does not have any driver
> for HC12POD.
> Regards,
> Gilles
>
> At 10:20 AM 11/27/2002, you wrote:
> >I think there was a .dll-File to use the HC12POD in Hi Wave, so it should
> >work with Metrowerks too.
> >But I have never test it. Maybe you ask direkt at .
> >
> >Daniel Postler
> >