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Using JTAG Boundary Scan with LM3S5B91 for updating flash boot
I'm using lm3s5b91.
I'm desiging an automatic tester for running JTAG tests and functional tests on my boards.
I wish to know whether it is possible to burn the bin file by JTAG SW (like JTAG Technoligies or Corellis) with the current available BSDL file and not through the LM Flash Programmer?
If not, is it possible to have any kind of Command Line for adding it to the JTAG SW to run automatically the burning?
Best regards, Omer
You can program flash through JTAG. That is what LM Flash does. I don't really understand how BSDL is related to this question.
LM Flash programmer has a command line version.
Thanks for the reply.
I don't want to use the LM Flash Programmer - I want to use a boudary scan automnatic station that part of the test is to burn the Stellaris flash.
For my understanding, for that I need a compatiable BSDL file or a command line version that could run from my JTAG tool.
Do you know how could I get the command line version?
You can find the BSDL file on the product page:
Scroll down to the bottom of the page to the "Software and Tools" section.
If you installed LM Flash programmer, then you already have the command line version of this tool. It is in the same directory where you installed it, and is called "lmflash". If you run it without any arguments it will print usage information.
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