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Fri, 25 Nov 2005
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hc12mem devel  Deleted files touched by this commit HCS12 MCU tool: erase,read,write,protect,unprotect FLASH/EEPROM
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New port: devel/hc12mem - Freescale HCS12 MCU embedded developer
tool: erase/read/write/protect/unprotect FLASH/EEPROM

        hc12mem is a command line tool for embedded microcontroller
        developers using Freescale's HCS12-family MCUs.

        It can:
        - erase/read/write/protect internal EEPROM memory
        - erase/read/write internal FLASH memory
        - protect/unprotect whole MCU

        Supported MCUs: almost every HCS12 derivative
        <MC9S12> A32, A64, A128, A256, A512, C32, C64, C96, C128,
        GC16, GC32, GC64, GC96, GC128, D32, D64, D128, D256, D512,
        E32, E64, E128, E256, H128, H256, UF32, NE64.

        Supported target connections:
        - BDM:
          - Kevin Ross's BDM12 POD
          - Marek Peca's PODEX and my own improved version
        - LRAE (Load RAM And Execute) serial bootloader
          see Freescale's Application Note AN2546

        WWW: http://cml.mfk.net.pl/hc12mem

PR:             ports/89241
Submitted by:   Michal Konieczny <mk@cml.mfk.net.pl>

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 2

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