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--i32

3.27 --i32

Produces Intel Hex-32 format output. It generates one output file for each load region in the image.

You can specify the base address of the output with the --base option.

Restrictions

The following restrictions apply:
  • You cannot use this option with object files.
  • You must use --output with this option.

Considerations when using --i32

If you convert an ELF image containing multiple load regions to a binary format, fromelf creates an output directory named destination and generates one binary output file for each load region in the input image. fromelf places the output files in the destination directory.

Note

For multiple load regions, the name of the first non-empty execution region in the corresponding load region is used for the filename.
A file is only created when the load region describes code or data that is present in the ELF file. For example a load region containing only execution regions with ZI data in them does not result in a output file.

Example

To convert the ELF file infile.axf to an Intel Hex-32 format file, for example outfile.bin, enter:
fromelf --i32 --output=outfile.bin infile.axf
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