What is the preferred way flashing and executing code to target from command line (in Linux if it matters)?
We are using Simplicity Studio v3, and the command tool eACommander does not seem to be available for v3 but is available for v2. Is there a new tool for v3?
The current work around for this is to add the Simplicity studio v2 update site to the studio, which contains Simplicity Studio Legacy EFM32 Device Tools. Currently we have connection problems when running eACommander on Linux, It works fine in Windows 7 (64-bit).
A little update.
I solved my task using JLinkExe instead (downloaded here https://www.segger.com/jlink-software.html). A little script (flash_test.jlink) looking like this does the trick:
device EFM32HG322F64 erase loadfile Test_StarterKit/002_94_25_Gecko_SW.hex r g exit
And running the script from gitlabci like this:
JLinkExe -commanderscript misc/flash_test.jlink
Ok, we can use JLinkExe to program EFM32 from command line. But is anyone knows how to lock debug access from command line?
SS3 is very ugly software in compare to SS1 that can offer all tools that we need in really simple way.
We have a new tool Simplicity Commander in latest SS V3.3 and it's GUI is similar to the deprecated "EnergyAware Commander".
This software can run without SS, just double click commander.exe (extract it from zip file) in below folder.
This software can also run in command line mode, details are in UG162- simplicityCommanderReferenceGuide.pdf in below folder.
Brilliant! I`m happy that you decide to return this tool!
Can it be downloaded separately from SS? We no need any other software from SS on PC`s of people whose work is downloading FW and basic configuring of devices.
Is it available on Linux platform (I can`t find it in my installation)?
BTW Do you plan to return eaDesigner? It was much better and more useful than SS designer.
It can't download separately at this moment and it is available on Linux and OSX platform.
Thanks for your suggestion but we don't have plan to restore eADesigner at this moment.
Notice: Simplicity Commander is now available as a standalone utility (see the Windows, Mac, and Linux download links listed under the "In-System Programming" section at Production Programming Options for Silicon Labs Devices). It is also still included within your Simplicity Studio installation.
For more information on Simplicity Commander: