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hex2asm.exe

Started by miww...@aol.com March 28, 2005

hi there,

is there anyone who can help me out with a copy of hex2asm.exe.
It looks, like TI had stopped ftp-support for c3x-files.

Thanks in advance,

Michael



Hi Michael

The FTP site is ancient, but I am none the less surprised that the files are not there anymore.  At any rate, the NEW stuff (since '95) can be downloaded as the C31/VC33 DSK
code package.  In it you will find source code for a lot of stuff beyond applications.  For example, it includes both the DOS command line tools (debugger assembler and tools) and the HLL-C debugger for Windows, DSK3DW.  The TI-C Compiler and Assembler tools are also included.  The only downside is muddling through which applications are for the older C31 DSK and which are for the newer TMS320VC33 DSK.  Basically the C31/VC33 are functionally identical and both DSK's use the same interface so the tools are the same.  What is different is the upgrade to a stereo 48 kHz codec, two on board microphones, external SRAM, external FeRAM (Flash), more MIPS (for a lot less power), and lots more internal RAM.

http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/tmdsdsk33.html

If you are trying to convert a binary image to an ASM file... it should be pretty easy with a DSK.  If I remember correctly (Im not using the DSK the moment), the DSK debuggers had the option of saving memory to an ASM file.  If not, like I said, you have all the sources, and this would easily allow someone to create a binary to ASM utility. Getting fancy, it would even be possible to find branches, calls, vectors and even data addresses and then convert them into meaningful labels.

Hope this helps
Keith Larson

DSP and Analog Consulting
Lincoln, Ma
http://home.comcast.net/~klarsondsp


m...@aol.com wrote:

hi there,

is there anyone who can help me out with a copy of hex2asm.exe.
It looks, like TI had stopped ftp-support for c3x-files.

Thanks in advance,

Michael


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