Nick Carter wrote:
> izzit posible to assembler ARM assembly code to machine code only?
> because i m using gcc and it producing elf format. pls help
Install the WinARM package. Default makefile of the WinARM examples
generate the .bin file. Those are the machine codes. (I do not think
I edited the makefile)
One thing I still do not know/understand is:
- I've been working on LPC21xx. I usually convert the .bin file
to .h file and compile with my windows VC++ custom loader
program. VC++ program then downloaded the ARM code onto the
LPC21xx without any problem as the LPC21xx codes always start
- Now I'm working on the AT91Sam7x. The lwip demo program also
generates a .bin file of about 100K+ bytes. I use Samba to
burn the .bin file onto the Sam7x-EK and it works fine. Samba
powers up with a default flash programming location of 0x100000
- This binary file generated for both LPC21xx and AT91Sam7x
should be pure machine codes, right?
- There should be no load information inside the .bin file, right?
- User must "offset" the .bin file to the target flash address
- I can take that AT91SAM7X .bin file, convert to .h file,
compile with my VC++ program and download to my own
custom AT91SAM loader, right? What I need to do is move
it to target 0x100000 (1MByte for AT91Sam7x)
- Linker, when generating .bin file, took the Code offset
location from atmel-rom.ld linker script file, right?