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is it possible to save the binary code in a file for a faster flashing with IDE?
October 14, 2015
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Adrian
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Hello,

is it possible to save the binary code in a file for a faster flashing with IDE? With IDE it is possible to save the compiled binary in a file. ("Export compiled Binary")  

Is it possible to see the compiled code from Labview compiler? Like an C-File?

Many Thanks,

Adrian

October 14, 2015
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Hello Adrian;

Unfortunately neither the final .hex or the intermediate C-code are exposed by the Arduino Compatible Compiler tool. The tools abstracts that from the user. There is a Arduino Code function available but that only supports the porting of Arduino libraries and will generate an error if used with any of the current primitives.

Filipe

Cheers Filipe
October 14, 2015
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Ok! Thank you. So there is no way for a faster flashing methode? The compile process needs a lot of time for a bigger project to compile and download.

October 29, 2015
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Maybe it is possible to integrate this as an option in the Compiler (like in IDE). This would be a very nice feature to save the binary as a file.

In this case it is better for the softwaretesting -> it is better to test always the same compiled binary than always a new compilation

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