What is it?
yalf is yet another LPC flasher. I made it for myself because I was not
satisfied with what I found out there.
So what is special about this one?
- It's written in Python, which means that
- it's easy to customize (e.g. to add not-yet-supported chips)
- easy to integrate into Makefiles or build scripts
- Runs on Linux and Windows (and all other platforms which support
- Contains a small "terminal" for debug output
- Makes use of DTR and RTS to reset the target and to enter the ISP
Following chips are supported at the moment. Additional ones can be
added easily by extending the file config.py.
- LPC1311, LPC1313, LPC1342, LPC1343
- LPC1769, LPC1768, LPC1767, LPC1766, LPC1765, LPC1764
- LPC1759, LPC1758, LPC1756, LPC1754, LPC1752, LPC1751
- python 2.x - sorry, no 3.x port done yet
- pySerial (python-serial)
One way is to copy the yalf package (i. e. the inner directory yalf)
someehere into your project tree and start yalf.py with a relative path
from your build script.
python yalf.py [options] [actions]... Connect to an LPCxxxx boot loader over a serial port and perform an ISP action. The full functionality is possible when DTR is connected to the reset line and RTS is used to enter ISP command handler (e.g. PIO0_1). If these connections do not exist, the user must enter the ISP command handler manually. Options: --help (-h) Show this usage message --verbose (-v) Run in verbose mode --port Select the serial port to be used (/dev/ttyS0) Actions: erase <from> <to> Erase flash sectors <from> to <to> (including) eraseall Erase all flash sectors program <file> Write a binary to flash ramload <file> Write a binary to RAM (0x10000400) dump <from> <to> Print a hex dump of memory content reset Reset target using DTR line terminal Reset and start a 115200 8N1 terminal w/o flow control, this should be the last action. Currently this terminal is RX only.
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