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default specs
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Tip: Unlock locked device...
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  default specs
Posted by: AVI-crak - 30-04-2020, 01:36 PM - Forum: ARM GCC toolchain - Replies (1)

When connecting a new version of GCC, an error appears - the default.specs file is missing.
This is a specification file, it allows you to use the libraries available in GCC - in all new and old user projects. On top of the main configuration files.
It turned out like this:

%rename link_gcc_c_sequence                def_link_gcc_c_sequence


%{specs=rdimon.specs:-lrdimon} %{specs=ebmon.specs:-lebmon} -lnosys

%(def_link_gcc_c_sequence) --start-group %G %(def_libc) %(def_libgloss) --end-group

How to use GCC 100%?

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  Tip: Unlock locked devices with EBlink
Posted by: embitz - 27-04-2020, 08:41 AM - Forum: Scripts - No Replies

If you have a locked device it is rather simple to write an unlock script. You don't need all the flash functions and XML memory mapping because you don't need to use the flash (-F) or GDB (-G) module. Just write your script and us the "main" script function as your entry.

./EBlink -I stlink -S myUnlock

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  EBlink github
Posted by: embitz - 27-04-2020, 08:37 AM - Forum: Using EBlink - No Replies

Ready to use EBlink builds for Win32, Linux64, Raspberry can be found on github.


What needs to be done is making a wiki with how to build your own scripts with all the script API's.

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Posted by: embitz - 27-04-2020, 08:33 AM - Forum: Using EmBitz - Replies (5)

The EmBitz forum is back online ( as a start). 
I hope to bring back the website also in several weeks.

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