The new memmap macro draws FFFFFFFF areas--which are likely uninitialized flash--as black. '.word ????' code--which I find large expanses of in some ripped images--are grey. This coloring should only be apparent on code which has been dumped from a chip, as most compilers leave such expanses undefined. I also fixed the ragged edge and overlapping pixel bugs. A screenshot of the default programming of the MSP-EXP430FG4618 kit follows.
The shell directive is now default, so typing "m4s shell" can now be shortened to "m4s" if no parameters are necessary.
karen% svn update
At revision 50.
from Sat, 12 Apr 2008
Copyright (c) 2008, Travis Goodspeed <travis at utk.edu>
This program is free software. You can distribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2.
I'm interested in the BSL code of the various msp430 chips. If you use msp430static on a ROM image recovered from a physical device, please run the following script to send me the chip's BSL code:
m4s sql> .contribute.bsl
BSL found for chipid=f46f.
Please email ./bsl_f46f.txt.gz to <tmgoodspeed at gmail.com>
with 'CONTRIBUTE_BSL f46f' as the title.
<travis at utk.edu>