2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 24, 2012 12:51 PM by gaya

    Parsing a script (.spt) file.

    john.thomas

      I was wondering if it would be possible to parse a script (.spt) file, and if so, how to go about doing it.

         

      We need to load firmware through non-Windows based methods.  Unfortunately we have, over the years, lost track of the original .hex file(s) that were used to create a script file.

         

      Thank you for your help.

         

       

         

      - JeT

        • 1. Re: Parsing a script (.spt) file.
          user_150408506

          I wouldalso  like to know if it is possible to extract the .HEX from the SPT.

             

          We have a SPT file we've been using for a long time and don't have the HEX. (or at least are not positive which one was used to create the SPT)

             

          It appears you need the HEX for the Linux / MAC wrapper and can't use the SPT for that directly?

             

          Please advise.

             

          thanks

             

          Doug

          • 2. Re: Parsing a script (.spt) file.
            gaya

             Hi,

               

             

               

            Control Center (provided with SuiteUSB) contains the implementation that converts hex file into a script file. I guess you can use that as the source to implement the reverse the same. The source of Control Center is open. You may use the same to reverse, i.e. convert script file into hex file.

               

             

               

            Regards,

               

            Gayathri