[ECOS] RedBoot fis_create defaults

Gary D. Thomas gary.thomas@mind.be
Thu Jan 30 20:42:00 GMT 2003

On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 12:52, Grant Edwards wrote:
> I've been comparing my version of RedBoot to a recent version
> that came with an Intel XScale eval board.   One of the changes
> I made in my version is that when you do an "fis create" it
> will default to using the address/length from the last "load"
> command.  That allows one to do someting like this:
>   load -h foobar.srec
>   fis create foobar
> While it may not be much of a problem to enter the base address
> and size when commands are entered interactively, it's a pain
> if you're trying to automate the process via a script.
> It appears that in the current verion of RedBoot the "fis
> create foobar" command will default to using values of an
> existing file name "foobar".
> Would there be interest in a patch that used the address/size
> of the last loaded file in the case where the file does not
> already exist?

Sure, as long as the assumptions are displayed so the user
can make sure that the correct operation is taking place.

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