I am looking for the same source code.
Under debian on raspberry pi, you can change ARM_GCC_TOOLCHAIN in application.mk to point to /usr. This worked for building up until the "PICK" command. The included sdk binaries are Intel I386 code (windows and linux).
Usage: pick.exe <start addr> <end addr> <input name> <output name> <body[+offset] , head [image2_start]>
/component/soc/realtek/8195a/misc/iar_utility/common/tools/padding -- no help response
from application.mk: $(PAD) 44k 0xFF $(BIN_DIR)/ram_1.p.bin
-- I'm guessing that it will pad the filename in third parameter with character in second param to length of first param
size = 922
changes that got me to here : apt-get install
binutils-arm-none-eabi - GNU assembler, linker and binary utilities for ARM Cortex-A/R/M processors
gcc-arm-none-eabi - GCC cross compiler for ARM Cortex-A/R/M processors
gdb-arm-none-eabi - GNU debugger for ARM Cortex-A/R/M processors
libstdc++-arm-none-eabi-newlib - GNU Standard C++ Library v3 for ARM Cortex-A/R/M processors (newlib)
libnewlib-arm-none-eabi - C library and math library compiled for bare metal using Cortex A/R/M
change application.mk to point ARM_GCC_TOOLCHAIN to /usr to get apt installed toolchain
kissste wrote:I have not used any IDE. Any text editor will do the job, such as Notepad++ on Windows, vi and Geany on Linux.
I have submitted a request to Platformio to integrate RTL's SDK. it's doable, given that SDK and GCC is available.
picking.c and one more.
It's used to post-process binary output for flashing
Anybody has got a source?