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EASyBin does not check for valid start/end addresses (2.0.0)
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Author:  cpsumner [ Sun Oct 11, 2009 11:35 pm ]
Post subject:  EASyBin does not check for valid start/end addresses (2.0.0)

EASyBin does not check for valid start / end addresses when creating s-record files.

If the start address is greater than the end address then you will end up with a 30+ MB s-record file.

Also, when you load a binary file, and try to create an S-record file, the start and end addresses are not updated, you have to work them out manually.

I was thinking it might be a good idea to pop up a dialog asking for the start address of the binary file when it is loaded.

Author:  profkelly [ Mon Oct 12, 2009 2:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: EASyBin does not check for valid start/end addresses (2.

cpsumner wrote:
EASyBin does not check for valid start / end addresses when creating s-record files.

If the start address is greater than the end address then you will end up with a 30+ MB s-record file.



Corrected in EASyBin v2.1.0

Author:  profkelly [ Mon Oct 12, 2009 2:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: EASyBin does not check for valid start/end addresses (2.

cpsumner wrote:
Also, when you load a binary file, and try to create an S-record file, the start and end addresses are not updated, you have to work them out manually.

I was thinking it might be a good idea to pop up a dialog asking for the start address of the binary file when it is loaded.

A couple issues arise:
..... I'm not sure about the best way to deal with split binary files.

..... If I'm loading the same binary file over and over I might not want a dialog to constantly pop up asking me for a starting address.

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