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New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download!

Hi all,

I've been having so much trouble getting what should be dead-simple code to burn in my designs, that I've almost gone mad trying to decipher the hex output format and see if the config fuses are set properly, data load addresses, and so on.

So I've built a standalone hex file parser that runs under native windows that will :
1. Parse every line in the hex file and display it in normal "dump" format, with ASCII representation of the data, and
2. Shows every line's absolute load address so that config register addresses are correctly displayed and decoded.
It also allows a simple "refresh" parse so you can repeatedly check the compiler's changes without having to reload the hex file.

It also does some other stuff as well, like :
- Checks each line to ensure the hex file is intact
- Confirm each line's checksum with a separately generated checksum
- Save the descriptive text output to any output file.
It will also attempt to highlight any problems if there are problems like spaces, extra characters, and bad checksums. It will even parse a hex file embedded in a text file, but of course that's about as useful as a chocolate teapot.

It may be a bit too simple for some folks, and I apologise for not doing a device-dependent parse, but as it stands, the tool will decode ANY hex file for ANY device, not just PIC family devices (I do a lot of Z80 development with an eZ80 system, so it's nicer for me to be able to use it for all my hex files!)

It's free for non-commercial use, and you're welcome to download it from the website. The URL is http://www.audiography.com.au/Software/HexLister.zip The current release is ver 1.13, build 69, but this will probably change fairly quickly.

You don't need to install anything to run it, it will work fine straight out of the zip file! It does keep track of all the hex files examined using a simple text file in the exe's folder, but that's it. That feature means it's a piece of cake to reload and reparse files in very different folders!


For an example, here's a typical hex file compiled for the PIC18F4620:
:020000040000FA
:04000000A0EF7FF0FE
:08FF38000000000000000000C1
:10FF4000240EAC6E400EAF6E900EAB6E46D8C1085C
:10FF500053E14F0EAD6E4B0EAD6E006A3ED8F86E9B
:10FF6000076E3BD8F76EA96E38D8F66EA86E35D8F6
:10FF7000016E012A00EE09F0F56E2FD8EC6E012E0D
:10FF8000FBD700661FD007AC03D0040E1ED818D0D4
:10FF900007AE04D00C00C40E18D812D0940E15D899
:10FFA0000A00080E056E00EE0AF0080E066EEE500E
:10FFB000F56E0F00062EFBD7840E07D8052EF5D759
:10FFC000A694C9D74E0EAD6EC8D7A66E550EA76EB5
:10FFD000AA0EA76EA682000012000B0E026E036A24
:10FFE000046A9EAA03D0AE5000261200042EF9D750
:0CFFF000032EF6D7022EF3D7AB9E9ED74F
:020000040030CA
:03000100020314E3
:0200050085C5AF
:060008000FC00FE00F40E5
:00000001FF


And the same data, formatted by the tool, looks like :
Opened tinybld18F4620_SC.HEX (in C:\Program Files (x86)\TinyBoot\picsource\18f\) OK.
Initial hex file check passed.
Parsing button is now ENABLED. Have fun!
### Parsing started...
File C:\Program Files (x86)\TinyBoot\picsource\18f\tinybld18F4620_SC.HEX parsed OK!
====================================== Formatted file contents ==============================
Line 1 : [XLin] New high address offset : $0000 (New base start address : $00000000)
Line 2 : [Data] Address : $00000000 Data : A0,EF,7F,F0 :
Line 3 : [Data] Address : $0000FF38 Data : 00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00 :
Line 4 : [Data] Address : $0000FF40 Data : 24,0E,AC,6E,40,0E,AF,6E,90,0E,AB,6E,46,D8,C1,08 : $ n@ n nF
Line 5 : [Data] Address : $0000FF50 Data : 53,E1,4F,0E,AD,6E,4B,0E,AD,6E,00,6A,3E,D8,F8,6E : S O nK n j> n
Line 6 : [Data] Address : $0000FF60 Data : 07,6E,3B,D8,F7,6E,A9,6E,38,D8,F6,6E,A8,6E,35,D8 : n; n n8 n n5
Line 7 : [Data] Address : $0000FF70 Data : 01,6E,01,2A,00,EE,09,F0,F5,6E,2F,D8,EC,6E,01,2E : n * n/ n .
Line 8 : [Data] Address : $0000FF80 Data : FB,D7,00,66,1F,D0,07,AC,03,D0,04,0E,1E,D8,18,D0 : f
Line 9 : [Data] Address : $0000FF90 Data : 07,AE,04,D0,0C,00,C4,0E,18,D8,12,D0,94,0E,15,D8 :
Line 10 : [Data] Address : $0000FFA0 Data : 0A,00,08,0E,05,6E,00,EE,0A,F0,08,0E,06,6E,EE,50 : n n P
Line 11 : [Data] Address : $0000FFB0 Data : F5,6E,0F,00,06,2E,FB,D7,84,0E,07,D8,05,2E,F5,D7 : n . .
Line 12 : [Data] Address : $0000FFC0 Data : A6,94,C9,D7,4E,0E,AD,6E,C8,D7,A6,6E,55,0E,A7,6E : N n nU n
Line 13 : [Data] Address : $0000FFD0 Data : AA,0E,A7,6E,A6,82,00,00,12,00,0B,0E,02,6E,03,6A : n n j
Line 14 : [Data] Address : $0000FFE0 Data : 04,6A,9E,AA,03,D0,AE,50,00,26,12,00,04,2E,F9,D7 : j P & .
Line 15 : [Data] Address : $0000FFF0 Data : 03,2E,F6,D7,02,2E,F3,D7,AB,9E,9E,D7 : . .
Line 16 : [XLin] New high address offset : $0030 (New base start address : $00300000)
Line 17 : [Data] Address : $00300001 Data : 02,03,14 :
Line 18 : [Data] Address : $00300005 Data : 85,C5 :
Line 19 : [Data] Address : $00300008 Data : 0F,C0,0F,E0,0F,40 : @
Line 20 : [EndF] *** EOF Record ***
==================================== END formatted file contents ============================

I know which one I'd rather read through to find problems or bugs!

Questions, suggestions, and comments are always welcome. Because the code is still a work in progress, the version number will likely change if anyone finds any more bugs, but the URL will stay the same.

I hope this tool goes some way to help repay a small part of my karmic burden to all the forum members who have helped me in the past!

Kind regards,
PCPete
post edited by PCPete - 2009/03/31 17:13:06

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    Steven37
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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/03/31 20:16:31 (permalink)
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    Hi Pete,

    Great software tool, just what I was looking for.
    Been writing a bootloader and this software should make my debugging much simpler, Thank you.

    Regards Steve.
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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/02 08:36:39 (permalink)
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    Hi Pete,

    I tried sending an email to the address in the applications about box but it is rejected - no such user.

    Here is some feedback:
    I have downloaded the viewer and believe it a useful tool.

    I found a display bug. When I expand the window sideways to fit in my listing, the tree buttons on the right hand side did not move. The top button disappeared under the display and the other two (save and close) stayed in the same location on the screen blocking the text underneath. I think these buttons are placed on the wrong object. You may need to add a panel, then cut and past the buttons onto the new panel.

    I have some suggestions:
    For the right hand side text display of the hex characters, I suggest replacing all non printable characters, including space, with the decimal point character. This is typically done with hex viewers and enables you to accurately determine which hex value produced the related character.

    When a [Data] record is followed by a [XLin] record a blank line separator would make the printout more readable.

    From a cosmetic perspective, I don't think the Address and Data labels are required and I think a space separator instead of the comma is visually less cluttered.


    Line 24 : [Data] Address : $1D001000 Data : 00,60,1A,40,C0,04,5A,7F,05,00,40,......

    Line 24 : [Data] $1D001000: 00 60 1A 40 C0 04 5A 7F 05 00 40......


    Data lines less than a full length should include space characters as padding such that the ASCII representation on the right hand side lines up. This is assuming you are using a fixed type font.

    This may be a silly question but why add the $ symbol?

    A useful option would be the ability to suppress the [XLin] line but still have a blank line separation the previous [Data] line from the next [Data] line when a [XLin] record was detected
    post edited by asmallri - 2009/04/02 09:00:32

    Regards, Andrew

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    Home of Ethernet, SD Card, and Encrypted Serial and USB Bootloaders for PICs!!
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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/02 13:55:44 (permalink)
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    great little tool. Thanks!

    what, me assemble?
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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/02 19:16:59 (permalink)
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    Thanks everyone for your suggestions and ideas! I'm really pleased this is a useful tool. It's saved my bacon more than once.

    The latest release (1.1.3.69) has the display resize issues fixed. That version should have been available a day or so ago, but previous downloads would have the unfixed display. Feel free to re-download and extract the exe to get the latest fixes.

    I really like the idea of simplifying the displayed data, so I'll see about adding at least some of those ideas as persistent options. I haven't included persistent settings to date, as most of the original testers didn't see the point. But the more functionality I add, the more I want to make at least some settings persistent, otherwise it will just be frustrating to long-term users. I'll have an "opt in" options box - if you change the options, and decide to save them, they'll live in an ini file in the same folder as the app and history list and then they'll be automagically reloaded from then on. But if you don't save them, they will default to shipped settings (blank char, no auto reload, verbose address record notification, etc).

    Again, thanks everyone for the great feedback!

    [EDIT]
    It's occurred to me that offering persistent settings also allows me to include other GUI options, like font faces, colours, layouts, and more. (I like having lots of useful and fun options). But we'll see how much I can get done...
    [/EDIT]
    post edited by PCPete - 2009/04/02 19:20:51
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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/02 21:01:58 (permalink)
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    I downloaded downloaded again from the link and from your site but the linked version is 1.12 build 62

    Regards, Andrew

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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/02 21:06:48 (permalink)
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    While I can't really criticise something given away I really can't understand why anyone would make a tool like this a GUI application.

    It only has one function, I can hardly think of any options and none that you would want to apply dynamically.

    As a command line tool it could be added to the build process (even in MPLAB which is far from flexible) and the output list added to the project for viewing your IDE (if you use one).


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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/03 16:28:16 (permalink)
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    My apologies, the latest version is definitley now downloadable from the link. I forgot to refresh the downloads folder properly when I uploaded the last change.sad
    This version contains the GUI fixes but not the configuration items yet.
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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/03 17:34:01 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: flubydust
    While I can't really criticise something given away I really can't understand why anyone would make a tool like this a GUI application.

    No, that's fine, criticise away! If it's a crap tool, then other potential users need to know!


    It only has one function, I can hardly think of any options and none that you would want to apply dynamically.

    Based on feedback here and in other development forums, I suspect that the tool might just have a little more than one function. Making it configurable and easy on the eyes is where my skills come in handy. Hey, all this stuff is fun, right?grin

    As a command line tool it could be added to the build process (even in MPLAB which is far from flexible) and the output list added to the project for viewing your IDE (if you use one).

    I'm not convinced that's what users (and certainly not new users!) want - another arcane and complicated command line tool that they have to somehow configure into their toolchain using their IDE's configuration UI (if it has one), with no option of app-independent cutting and pasting, fast reloading, quick comparison, or even remembering which output files they wanted to re-verify a couple of days later, and in which build directory.

    For most users (not just new users!), the IDE (any IDE!) is complicated and arcane and confusing enough as it is, without adding yet another output window or text configuration dialog! And since many new users try out a few different toolsuites and programming applications, getting the command-line version of the tool working in those will be next to impossible, even for the developers!

    Unfortunately, a command-line tool won't be configurable with the user's preferred fonts, colours, window/screen layout, and other previously defined settings they're happy with, but that takes us back to the original point of using the GUI most users are comfortable with, rather than a text-mode-only interface that's intimidating, difficult to get working quickly, and hard to find.

    I prefer a friendly, useful, configurable, and consistent user interface for my tools to get the job done as quickly, simply, and as elegantly as possible. But one person's command line is another person's mouse click, so I guess that's why tools like this will always lie in a different (and therefore uncomfortable) accessibility paradigm to what some long-term developers are used to. (Pardon my philosophy excursion, I'm basing my comments on only 3 lines of your text, I'm sure that's unfair of me, and I do apologise for taking the liberty).

    I really like the idea of a dirt-simple command line interface for the tool, though. I haven't actually built a command-line version of a GUI tool since MS-DOS 6.22 (and CP/M) days, but that's not a bad suggestion! I assume the output will go to standard output, input from standard input, and so on? And I'm guessing that even so, none of this (the IDE, compiler, and linker, as well as the ancillary tools) will work on any non-windows UI (unless Microchip have developed a cross-platform version of the ide for the last of the text-based non-windows platforms?)

    I'll post a followup when I've got the command-line version working. Thanks again!

    -PCPete

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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/03 23:57:17 (permalink)
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    Here is a quick and dirty awk script which makes a formatted dump of an intel hex file. It needs gawk which you can get for Win32 here http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/gawk.htm
    If you save the script to (say) ihexdump.awk then the command
    gawk -f ihexdump.awk filename.hex
    will dump filename.hex to stdout, It can of course be redirected to a file like
    gawk -f ihexdump.awk filename.hex > filename.hdump
    gawk will read stdin if you don't specify a file.

    BEGIN {
       for(i = 0; i < 256; i++) {
          c = sprintf("%c", i);
          printable[i] = (c ~ /[[:graph:]]/) ? c : ".";
       }
    }

    /^\:/ {
       reclen = strtonum("0x" substr($0, 2, 2));
       if(reclen > maxreclen) {
          maxreclen = reclen;
       }
       offset = strtonum("0x" substr($0, 4, 4));
       rectype = strtonum("0x" substr($0, 8, 2));
       line++;
       if(rectype == 0) {         # Data Record
          start[line] = sprintf("%5d %08X %s", line, sba + lba + offset, "DATA");
          for(i = 0; i < reclen; i++) {
             data[line] = data[line] " " substr($0, 10 + i * 2, 2);
             c = strtonum("0x" substr($0, 10 + i * 2, 2));
             ascii[line] = ascii[line] printable[c];
          }
       } else if(rectype == 1) {  # End of File
          start[line] = sprintf("%5d %8s %s", line, "", "EOF");
       } else if(rectype == 2) {  # Extended segment address record
          sba = strtonum("0x" substr($0, 10, 4)) * 16;
          start[line] = sprintf("%5d %08X %s", line, sba, "ESAR");
       } else if(rectype == 3) {  # Start segment address record      
          start[line] = sprintf("%5d %08X %s", line, strtonum("0x" substr($0, 10, 8)), "SSAR");
       } else if(rectype == 4) {  # Extended linear address record
          lba = strtonum("0x" substr($0, 10, 4)) * 65536;
          start[line] = sprintf("%5d %08X %s", line, lba, "ELAR");
       } else if(rectype == 5) { # Start linear address record
          start[line] = sprintf("%5d %08X %s", line, strtonum("0x" substr($0, 10, 8)), "SLAR");
       }
    }

    END {
          print("Line  Addr     Rec  Data");
          for(i = 1; i < line + 1; i++) {
             printf(start[i]);
             printf(data[i]);
             printf("%*s%s\n", (maxreclen * 3) - length(data[i]) + 1, "", ascii[i]);
          }
    }
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    RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2009/04/05 05:34:34 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: PCPete
    I've been having so much trouble getting what should be dead-simple code to burn in my designs, that I've almost gone mad trying to decipher the hex output format and see if the config fuses are set properly, data load addresses, and so on.


    Did you ever determine the cause of your problems which made you have doubts about your hex files?

    Mike
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    Re: RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2012/12/16 00:21:48 (permalink)
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    Great program. Really nice.
     
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    Re:New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2012/12/21 10:19:13 (permalink)
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    Hi.  great little program.  Thanks.  I want to use one micro-controller to flash another micro-controller.  This helps a lot.
    So just to clarify on the usage of the parsed data. (please see attached raw intel 32-hex in zip attached and parsed data in text)
    I can use all the data bytes (from line 2-33 only) that is labeled "Data" to flash to a target micro-controller at the specified address (for a specified PIC micro-controller?
    All other parsed information (in LED_blink.txt) is not needed to flash the target micro-controller?
     
    Thank.
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    Re:New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2012/12/21 11:33:05 (permalink)
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    Inasmuch as PCPete has not logged in to this Microchip forum since April of 2009, I doubt you'll hear back from him.
     
    I'm curious about the intent of your question.  Any hex parser used by a PIC programmer will need every line of the hex file to do its job.  The lines other than the "Data" lines do things like indicate the address offsets (i.e., offset to the configuration words) and the end of file.  Very important information for programmer to know.  In fact, not knowing the address offset would be catastrophic to the programming sequence.
     
    So what exactly are you trying to do? 
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    Re:New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2012/12/21 12:15:17 (permalink)
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    Hi rusttree.  Using the ICD3 to flash the MCU would involve the use of a host PC or laptop.  We want to have a stand-alone programming box for use with production where the programming box would be loaded with the hex file, yes via ICD3 once.  Afterwards, all product using this firmware can be programmed on production line easily and quickly through the programming box - no PC, no laptop needed.  
     
    This is why I want to use the parsed file instead of the (original) intel 32-hex file.  However, I don't know what is really needed in the parsed file for the target MCU to work normally.  Please advice.  Thank you.
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    Re:New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2012/12/21 17:10:01 (permalink)
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    The hex file is split into two main section.  The first (and typically largest) chunk is the flash program memory.  At the end of the hex file are the configuration words.  Immediately before the flash program memory is an address offset line that indicates the memory address offset to apply to all subsequent data lines.  Since this is flash program memory, the memory offset is typically 0x00.  Similarly, there is a memory address offset immediately before the configuration data.  This might be 0x2000 or 0x30000 or whatever the datasheet specifies as the location for configuration memory. Note: some PICs (like the 18f97j60 family) put the configuration data at the very end of the program flash memory for reasons explained in the programming specification datasheet.
     
    The Intel Hex file format used by PIC programmers is pretty straightforward.  Wikipedia's page has a pretty good description of the format.  A quick read through that and you should be able to write your own hex file parser fairly easily.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_HEX
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    Re:New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2013/01/15 07:38:31 (permalink)
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    Hi.  I have used hexlister and really like it.  I am able to "see" hex data the way I want. 
     
    My next question is:
    Per PIC18F24K22, flash programming must go through:  Bulk erase -> program flash -> program IDs -> program EE -> ..... -> program config bits (per PIC18F24K22 flash memory programming spec Figure 2-11 page 10).
     
    My test program is a simple LED flashing code, for which I am using the config bits page in MPLAB.  As such, once used Hexlister, separation of data for 0x300000 config address (and on) is not shown.  Only code data are listed (starting at address 0).  This is fine.  However, my concern is:  do I have to absolutely follow the flash programming flow from start to finish or can I just program the flash with code data an left EE, config and ID blocks untouched.  or do I just go ahead and program them with 0xFF?
     
    Please keep in mind that I am NOT using ICD3 debugger to program the PIC18F24K22 target.  I am using a PIC18F4550 as a host to "flash" the PIC18F24K22 target using ICSP connections (PGD, PGC and so on...) 
     
    Please advice.  Thank you.
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    Re:New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2013/01/15 10:33:39 (permalink)
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    You can program any individual part of FLASH you want without having to touch any other part.  You can program just the program memory and not the configuration memory, and vice versa. In fact, you can even program just individual sections of the program flash without erasing your entire program memory.  However, you have to be careful with which erase function you use.  The bulk erase function erases everything on the chip (program memory, configuration memory, etc).  There are other erase functions that are more specific.
     
    I would suggest programming the configuration words directly into your code instead of relying on the abstracted configuration settings in the IDE.  It would reduce a tremendous amount of ambiguity in your code.  I honestly wish Microchip had never included that feature in MPLAB (although I don't use MPLAB, so maybe someone has a reason why it's a good idea).
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    Re: RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2018/09/18 10:56:06 (permalink)
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    HexLister sounds like what I need right now but the link for it is broken. Does anyone have a copy they could share?
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    Re: RE: New hex file parser/dumper now available for free download! 2018/09/18 15:06:17 (permalink)

    Nearly there...
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