Commit b99b73a3 authored by ntfreak's avatar ntfreak
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- fixed line endings with commands.tcl

- added svn props for newly added files

git-svn-id: svn://svn.berlios.de/openocd/trunk@749 b42882b7-edfa-0310-969c-e2dbd0fdcd60
parent e9488b9a
#Script for AT91EB40a
#Atmel ties SRST & TRST together, at which point it makes
#no sense to use TRST, but use TMS instead.
#
#The annoying thing with tying SRST & TRST together is that
#there is no way to halt the CPU *before and during* the
#SRST reset, which means that the CPU will run a number
#of cycles before it can be halted(as much as milliseconds).
openocd {reset_config srst_only srst_pulls_trst}
#jtag scan chain
#format L IRC IRCM IDCODE (Length, IR Capture, IR Capture Mask, IDCODE)
openocd {jtag_device 4 0x1 0xf 0xe}
#target configuration
openocd {target arm7tdmi little 0 arm7tdmi-s_r4}
# speed up memory downloads
openocd {arm7 fast_memory_access enable}
openocd {arm7_9 dcc_downloads enable}
#flash driver
openocd {flash bank ecosflash 0x01000000 0x200000 2 2 0 ecos/at91eb40a.elf}
# required for usable performance. Used for lots of
# other things than flash programming.
openocd {working_area 0 0x00000000 0x20000 nobackup}
#force hardware values - we're running out of flash more
#often than not. The user can disable this in his
#subsequent config script.
openocd {arm7_9 force_hw_bkpts enable}
set reset_count 0
proc target_reset_0 {} {
global reset_count
# Reset script for AT91EB40a
openocd {reg cpsr 0x000000D3}
openocd {mww 0xFFE00020 0x1}
openocd {mww 0xFFE00024 0x00000000}
openocd {mww 0xFFE00000 0x01002539}
openocd {mww 0xFFFFF124 0xFFFFFFFF}
openocd {mww 0xffff0010 0x100}
openocd {mww 0xffff0034 0x100}
set reset_count [expr $reset_count+1]
echo "Testing reset $reset_count !"
}
proc target_pre_reset_0 {} {
global reset_count
set reset_count [expr $reset_count+1]
echo "Testing pre_reset $reset_count !"
}
#Script for AT91EB40a
#Atmel ties SRST & TRST together, at which point it makes
#no sense to use TRST, but use TMS instead.
#
#The annoying thing with tying SRST & TRST together is that
#there is no way to halt the CPU *before and during* the
#SRST reset, which means that the CPU will run a number
#of cycles before it can be halted(as much as milliseconds).
openocd {reset_config srst_only srst_pulls_trst}
#jtag scan chain
#format L IRC IRCM IDCODE (Length, IR Capture, IR Capture Mask, IDCODE)
openocd {jtag_device 4 0x1 0xf 0xe}
#target configuration
openocd {target arm7tdmi little 0 arm7tdmi-s_r4}
# speed up memory downloads
openocd {arm7 fast_memory_access enable}
openocd {arm7_9 dcc_downloads enable}
#flash driver
openocd {flash bank ecosflash 0x01000000 0x200000 2 2 0 ecos/at91eb40a.elf}
# required for usable performance. Used for lots of
# other things than flash programming.
openocd {working_area 0 0x00000000 0x20000 nobackup}
#force hardware values - we're running out of flash more
#often than not. The user can disable this in his
#subsequent config script.
openocd {arm7_9 force_hw_bkpts enable}
set reset_count 0
proc target_reset_0 {} {
global reset_count
# Reset script for AT91EB40a
openocd {reg cpsr 0x000000D3}
openocd {mww 0xFFE00020 0x1}
openocd {mww 0xFFE00024 0x00000000}
openocd {mww 0xFFE00000 0x01002539}
openocd {mww 0xFFFFF124 0xFFFFFFFF}
openocd {mww 0xffff0010 0x100}
openocd {mww 0xffff0034 0x100}
set reset_count [expr $reset_count+1]
echo "Testing reset $reset_count !"
}
proc target_pre_reset_0 {} {
global reset_count
set reset_count [expr $reset_count+1]
echo "Testing pre_reset $reset_count !"
}
# implements Tcl procedures/functions
proc peek {address} {
# implements Tcl procedures/functions
proc peek {address} {
return [openocd_throw "mdw $address"]
}
# Production command
# FIX!!! need to figure out how to feed back relevant output
# from e.g. "flash banks" command...
proc board_produce {filename serialnumber} {
openocd "reset init"
openocd "flash write_image erase $filename [flash] bin"]]
openocd "verify_image $filename [flash] bin"]]
echo "Successfully ran production procedure"
}
proc board_test {} {
}
# Production command
# FIX!!! need to figure out how to feed back relevant output
# from e.g. "flash banks" command...
proc board_produce {filename serialnumber} {
openocd "reset init"
openocd "flash write_image erase $filename [flash] bin"]]
openocd "verify_image $filename [flash] bin"]]
echo "Successfully ran production procedure"
}
proc board_test {} {
echo "Production test not implemented"
}
}
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