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Editor for Motorola s-record format files

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hi,
i want to look for some editor for motorola s-record format files.

for e.g. i want to fill into some address with some values.

thanks.
 

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s-record editor

h**p://srecord.sourceforge.net/

not an editor but a powerful conversion tool for binary formats.

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srecord editor

the_penetrator said:
h**p://srecord.sourceforge.net/

not an editor but a powerful conversion tool for binary formats.

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thanks;

very very good tool !!!

the srec_cat command helps me to achieve what i want.
 

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motorola s record editor

the_penetrator said:
h**p://srecord.sourceforge.net/

not an editor but a powerful conversion tool for binary formats.

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btw, do you know any GUI tool that makes use of this library?
 

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srec editor

dear friend

I'm 99% certain there is no GUI for srecord. However, you can the (command line) the Windows binaries for srecord. I personally use version 1.19 of the Win binaries.

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