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Author: 777777 (Guest)
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I need to edit EEPROM hex. Does anyone khow a free hex editor like this: 
http://www.smarttechnosoft.com/ihex/
The only requirement - automatic checksum calculating.

Author: Klaus B. (Guest)
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Hi,

the one I know: http://www.sweetscape.com/010editor/

Regards,
Klaus

Author: tt2t (Guest)
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Author: 777777 (Guest)
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These are common editors which edit any binary files. But I need editor 
which edits Intel HEX files used to program microcontroller flash and 
EEPROMs. It is possible to edit them with notepad, but calculating the 
checksum is annoying. The above mentioned editor calculates checksum but 
I hope to find free one. :)

Author: soundso (Guest)
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Author: eProfi (Guest)
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The control-software galep32.exe for the GALEP eprommer (Conitec).
Imports and exports all well-know file formats and calculates checksum.
www.galep.com
http://www.galep.com/english/software.php

Author: Joachim K. (minifloat)
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1. Open the hex file in a text editor, note the starting address and 
close it again.
2. hex2bin
3. use your favourite hex editor and edit the binary(indeed, they should 
call it bin-editor??)
4. bin2hex with correct starting address

regards, mf

Author: Bernhard S. (berns)
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It's easy to write a small commandline tool parsing a given file and 
fixing the checksums. The whole format is documented :)

I've done that once to automatically add CRC's to a firmware, but don't 
have access to it any longer :(.

Author: jan (Guest)
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This will not work if there are "gaps" in the memory locations
specified by the individual load records.
For instance
mem 0000-07ff some data
mem 4000-4007 some other data.

also some hexformat (motorola S1S9 for instance) contain
records with other data such as the transfer address where to start
program execution

Jan

Author: Ankamma (Guest)
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Author: Matthias (Guest)
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Hi

I suggest http://srecord.sourceforge.net. This is what I use for any job 
requiring editing hex files and patching them.

Matthias

Author: nasir zed (Guest)
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Dear Sir,

             Please find the attached binary file.

Regards
nasir zed

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