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How to Create, Convert, and Delete .bin Files Easily -

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I am trying to do a field upgrade on my TM4C1231H6PZ processor by manually downloading the binary (erasing the flash then programming the flash with the .bin data directly) rather than using a utility such as uniflash or LM Flash Programmer. However, when I compare the .bin file to the disassembled code that runs from the .bin, I notice that the .bin file is not loaded byte for byte into the microcontroller- in fact, the byte manipulation that takes place seems to vary depending on the address within the binary (data prior to address 0x26c seem to be byte swapped over 4 bytes, while data after that address seem to be byte swapped over two bytes).

The binary is generated using the post-processing step within code composer- the binaries in question can be downloaded and used successfully via LM Flash Programmer, so I'm not questioning the accuracy of the .bin files. So when I download the .bin file and look at the disassembly, then compare that with what I see in the .bin file (viewed with a hex editor), the two don't match. Each byte is there, but there is byte swapping going on.

Yes, I understand how the flash is programmed- and it IS getting programmed with the data, but not exactly how I would expect. Using the BLInternalFlashProgram() utility provided in the TIVA examples, here is some disassembly after the download, and the disassembly of code when I download directly from Code Composer. Things in the beginning track, but things go south at 0x26C, where it looks like there are some endian issues.

Via Code Composer download:00000260: 000007DD LDREQD R0, [R0], -R1300000264: 000007DD LDREQD R0, [R0], -R1300000268: 000007DD LDREQD R0, [R0], -R13GPIOPadConfigSet():0000026c: B5F8 PUSH R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, LR0000026e: 4684 MOV R12, R000000270: 2500 MOVS R5, #000000272: F04F0E01 MOV.W R14, #1My downloader yields:00000268: 000007DD LDREQD R0, [R0], -R130000026c: 4684B5F8 PKHTBMI R11, R4, R8, ASR, #1100000270: F04F2500 SUBNV R2, PC, R0, LSL #1000000274: 27030E01 STRCS R0, [R3, -PC, ROR R1]00000278: F005FA0E ANDNV PC, R5, R14, LSL #20

Note that my downloader downloads the binary byte by byte always in the same order, but the working version doesn't. Also my version is attempting to create 32-bit instructions every time, while the working version has 16-bit instructions as well.

I was actually able to use code composer to do the extraction in both cases- I didn't know that was a tool. So I downloaded the code in the traditional way and then extracted the binary, and then did the download in my code and extracted that binary. Saved both files and did a linux "diff" which showed no difference.

It is essential that you verify the integrity of the downloaded files using the PGP and SHA2 signatures. Please read Verifying Apache HTTP Server Releases for more information on why you should verify our releases. This page provides detailed instructions which you can use for POI artifacts.

The PGP signatures can be verified using PGP or GPG. First download the KEYS file as well as the .asc signature files for the relevant release packages. Make sure you get these files from the main distribution directory, rather than from a mirror. Then verify the signatures.

On macOS, a julia-1.8.5-mac64.dmg file is provided, which contains Installation is the same as any other Mac software: drag the to Applications Folder's Shortcut. The Julia download runs on macOS 10.9 Mavericks and later releases. You can build from source for macOS 10.6 Snow Leopard (possibly earlier versions as well) and 32-bit but neither are fully supported.

It is strongly recommended that the official generic binaries from the downloads page be used to install Julia on Linux and FreeBSD. The following set of commands downloads the latest version of Julia into a directory named julia-1.8.5.

There are a variety of distribution-specific packages that are community contributed. They may not use the right versions of Julia dependencies or include important patches that the official binaries ship with. All such distributions are community maintained, and hence they may not always have the latest versions of Julia, and sometimes, the instructions may not work. In general, bug reports will only be accepted if they are reproducible on the official generic binaries on the downloads page.

Due to licensing considerations, the MySQL metadata store extension does not include the required MySQL JDBC driver whichmust be downloaded separately. Please see the documentation for instructions on how to include this library.

Use the links below to download a binary distribution of Ant fromone of our mirrors. It is good practice toverify the integrityof the distribution files, especially if you are using one of ourmirror sites. In order to do this you must use the signatures fromour main distributiondirectory.

The PGP signatures can be verified using PGP or GPG. Firstdownload the KEYSas well as the asc signature file for the particulardistribution. Make sure you get these files from the main distributiondirectory, rather than from a mirror. Then verify the signaturesusing

I am trying to use new tool pipelines from bitbucket. I have multiple .NET console application (not Core app) than i want to build and download. I found this page that says that I can use mono to build my project. I use this .yml file to build it.

Build was successful but now I am stuck with downloading my app (exe with all dlls). I found here that I can use bitbucket downloads. But how to download my deploy folder? Here I found that I can zip some files and then put it to bitbucket downloads. But how I can use this with mono, and how I can zip a whole folder, and then download it? I don't mind to use something else like mono.

The new Oracle Technology Network License Agreement for Oracle Java SE is substantially different from prior Oracle JDK licenses. The new license permits certain uses, such as personal use and development use, at no cost -- but other uses authorized under prior Oracle JDK licenses may no longer be available. Please review the terms carefully before downloading and using this product. An FAQ is available here.

This topic provides information about where you can download the developer tools, assemblies, and code samples that are shipped as part of the Software Development Kit (SDK) for Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps version 9.x.

For most Unix systems, you must download and compile the source code. The same source code archive can also be used to build the Windows and Mac versions, and is the starting point for ports to all other platforms.

or, in many cases, public keys can also be foundat the version-specific download pages, you should see a link to both thedownloadable file and a detached signature file. To verify the authenticityof the download, grab both files and then run this command:

Version Release date Source download Binary download Release notes 3.3.4 2022 Aug 8 source (checksum signature) binary (checksum signature) binary-aarch64 (checksum signature) Announcement 3.2.4 2022 Jul 22 source (checksum signature) binary (checksum signature) Announcement 2.10.2 2022 May 31 source (checksum signature) binary (checksum signature) Announcement

  • SPIN READMEOverview of this File Downloading Spin Installing Spin Related software (gcc, cpp, tcl/tk wish, yacc, dot, etch, jspin, erigone, spinja, ltl2ba)

  • 0. OverviewThis readme file contains the guidelines fordownloading and installing Spin and related software on Unix/Linux and Windowsplatforms. Refer to Spin'shomepage for a general description of Spin, with pointers to manual pages, tutorials,introductory papers, books, etc.Spin is distributed freely in source form to encourage research in formalverification, and to help a support friendly and open exchange of algorithms,ideas, and tools.Copyright and LicenseThe original version of the Spin source code was developed by Gerard Holzmannat Bell Laboratories between 1980 and 1990. It was first publically releasedin January 1991, initially through the Netlib source code repository.It has been distributed freely since then for research and educational purposes,without any guarantee of any kind expressed or implied.On 30 December 2015 Alcatel-Lucent (the company that inherited Bell Laboratoriesfrom AT&T in the trivestiture from 1996) transfered the copyright to all sourcesto Gerard Holzmann, explicitly to enable a standard open source releaseunder the BSD 3-Clause license. Starting with Spin Version 6.4.5 all Spin code,sources and executables, are now available under the BSD 3-Clause license.Spin is also part of the stable release of Debian, and is starting to show upin newer Ubuntu releases (16.10+), so that you'll soon be able to install it witha standard sudo apt-get install spin command.From the early development of the Plan9 Operating System, Spin has also beenpart of that distribution and versions can be found, for instance, in theversion distributed by UC Berkeley.1. Downloading SpinSpin runs on Unix,Solaris, and Linux machines, on most flavors of Windows PCs, and on Macs.Precompiled binary executables for some popular types of machines are availablein theSpin Binaries.All binaries have an extension that matches the Spin version number,such as spin649.exe. To install the binary, rename it tospin.exe and copy it into your bin directory.If you have machine type that is not available there, or if you areinstalling Spin for the first time, then follow the more detailed instructionsbelow. Unix systems: download the most recent .tar-file with sources, the graphical interface iSpin, documentation and examples from the Spin Distribution, and continue at Step 2a.


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