9S12DP256

Started by Shachar July 19, 2003
Being in a minority (I think...) of programing in assembly and no C,
I'm having problems finding the basical program for the 9S12DP256 in
assebly.
I moved from the D60 (which had an assembly program at the start with
some equates and initializations), which also programmed in assembly.

Now I got the 9S12 from Technological Arts, and all I can see that
there is hardly nothing else but ICC12 to use it with?
Someone has already programmed it using assembly , or know of where I
can get the basic assembly programed?
(I have looked , a lot, couldnt find a thing.....)
The board though, does work. With the help of a friend (which uses
ICC12, that I dont have ,dont intend of using) I managed to upload an
.S19 program to it, and to see that it does work - the card is good,
and I have the serial bootloader.

Other than that....
Thanx! shachar



In a message dated 7/19/03 12:39:46 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
writes:
ICC12, that I dont have ,dont intend of using
Here's an easy way to transition to using a higher level language: download
ICC12 30 day eval version, compile a couple of the small example programs, look
at the .lst file generated by the compiler... This should read like regular
old familiar HC12 assembler.... after a little bit of this, you might get the
"Aha!" effect where a light bulb appears over your head and a feeling of
nirvana washes over you as you realize how simple this stuff really is......



Well, thank you for your reply. This would have been a great solution,
if only I hadnt tried the ICC12 a year ago... and it expired so I cant
use it ever again without buying it.... oi vei.
Emmmmm I wonder if there is anyone an 9S12DP256 .lst file to borrow?

--- In , BobGardner@a... wrote:
> In a message dated 7/19/03 12:39:46 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> mendiskittle@y... writes:
> ICC12, that I dont have ,dont intend of using
> Here's an easy way to transition to using a higher level language:
download
> ICC12 30 day eval version, compile a couple of the small example
programs, look
> at the .lst file generated by the compiler... This should read like
regular
> old familiar HC12 assembler.... after a little bit of this, you
might get the
> "Aha!" effect where a light bulb appears over your head and a
feeling of
> nirvana washes over you as you realize how simple this stuff really
is......




In a message dated 7/19/03 1:08:38 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
writes:

"Well, thank you for your reply. This would have been a great solution,
if only I hadnt tried the ICC12 a year ago... and it expired so I cant
use it ever again without buying it.... oi vei.
Emmmmm I wonder if there is anyone an 9S12DP256 .lst file to borrow?" Send the ICC12 guy an email... richard @imagecraft.com... tell him you did an
eval a year ago, but project didnt fly, you now have a new project with a new
processor, want one more 30 day eval. I bet he gives you one. Its a great
value for $200. certainly cheaper than the $2000 for the other compilers....



--- In , BobGardner@a... wrote:
> In a message dated 7/19/03 1:08:38 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> mendiskittle@y... writes:
Got it to work at the end..... Had to scrap an assembly file meself
with some help from others here too... (eric) but it works :-)
Thanks! shachar

>
> "Well, thank you for your reply. This would have been a great solution,
> if only I hadnt tried the ICC12 a year ago... and it expired so I cant
> use it ever again without buying it.... oi vei.
> Emmmmm I wonder if there is anyone an 9S12DP256 .lst file to borrow?" > Send the ICC12 guy an email... richard @imagecraft.com... tell him
you did an
> eval a year ago, but project didnt fly, you now have a new project
with a new
> processor, want one more 30 day eval. I bet he gives you one. Its a
great
> value for $200. certainly cheaper than the $2000 for the other
compilers....