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Last Post 27 Jul 2005 05:08 PM by  Anonymous
Rowley CrossWorks generated .ELF a no go with LoLo
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27 Jul 2005 03:58 PM
    I've created a .elf file of the echo sample using the Cygwin tools. I am able to upload that .elf file in my LH75401 development board and it works as expected.

    Now, I plan on using Rowley CrossWorks for my development, so I figured I could just compile the echo project, create a .elf and then use LoLo to upload that to my development board. Well, I am able to create a .elf, but when I try to upload it using Tera Term, Tera Term goes batty and I'm forced to restart the app. Once I do, I can check the area of RAM (0x48040000) where I supposedly had loaded the .elf, but I don't see the new .elf up there.

    So, I guess my question is if anybody has used Rowley CrossWorks to generate a .elf file and then subsequently used LoLo to upload it?

    Can anyone think of potential pitfalls that I could be falling into?

    Thanks.

    Jim

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    27 Jul 2005 05:08 PM
    Hi Jim,

    I haven't used Crossworks for development but I thought I'd at least point you to this FAQ to see if it helps at all, this is for ARM and Greenhills but Crossworks might be doing the same thing:

    http://www.logicpd.com/su...q/faq.php?faq_id=102

    Thanks,
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