Philips Flash Utility 2.2.1 *** FAO Philips Apps ***

Started by janehighland March 12, 2005

Hi Philips Apps:

Been programming a batch of LPC2214 based development boards yesterday
using the Philips Flash utility.

Any chance of feeding this back to the authors of the utility:

1. Subsequent clicking of 'read chip ID' does not reset DTR (chip
reset) / RTS (P0.14). Only the first click (after starting the
program works). Not useful for repetitive testing / debugging. Also,
'Reset chip' doesn't seem to work.

2. Could the timed splash screen be removed (i.e. when the program
first runs, or when 'Help' is invoked)? In 'help' a button to OK the
screen would be fine). It is just a unnecessary delay.

3. Could faster baud rates (>= 115200) be supported? At 38400 the time
to program an LPC2214 is too long...

4. Could the source to the utility be released so that users tweak the
code for themselves (e.g. for production purposed) if required?

Thanks very much

Jane



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At 08:00 AM 3/12/05 +0000, janehighland wrote:
>4. Could the source to the utility be released so that users tweak the
>code for themselves (e.g. for production purposed) if required?

The LPC21ISP utility has source and is (I think) ideal for this sort of
modification. I'm working on it at the moment to provide support for the
larger memory model LPCs.

Robert

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Thanks Robert, let us know when you've got something
to beta test ;-)

BTW is it VB, VC6.0, command line (that would be OK),
or Windows?

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At 08:00 AM 3/12/05 +0000, janehighland wrote:
>4. Could the source to the utility be released so
that users tweak the
>code for themselves (e.g. for production purposed) if
required?

The LPC21ISP utility has source and is (I think) ideal
for this sort of
modification. I'm working on it at the moment to
provide support for the
larger memory model LPCs.

Robert

" 'Freedom' has no meaning of itself. There are
always
restrictions,
http://www.aeolusdevelopment.com/
be they legal, genetic, or physical. If you don't
believe me, try
to
chew a radio signal. "

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Hello Jane,

it is VC6.0 or VC7.0, command line and open source.
Compiles and runs under cygwin and linux.
(Currently missing is support of more chips)

For details or download, have a look at

http://www.clibb.de/lpc21xx/isp/index.html

http://guest.engelschall.com/~martin/lpc21xx/isp/index.html

Regards,

Martin

----- Original Message -----
From: "jane highland" <>
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Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2005 8:32 AM
Subject: Re: [lpc2000] Philips Flash Utility 2.2.1 *** FAO Philips Apps *** >
> Thanks Robert, let us know when you've got something
> to beta test ;-)
>
> BTW is it VB, VC6.0, command line (that would be OK),
> or Windows?
>