git clone 'https://github.com/takagi/intel-hex.git'
Intel-hex is a library for Common Lisp to handle Intel HEX format, which is a file format that conveys binary information in ASCII text form.
This example shows an Intel HEX file that has four data records followed by an end-of-file record.
:10010000214601360121470136007EFE09D2190140 :100110002146017E17C20001FF5F16002148011928 :10012000194E79234623965778239EDA3F01B2CAA7 :100130003F0156702B5E712B722B732146013421C7 :00000001FF
To read the file, just call READ-HEX-FROM-FILE function as following and get a byte array.
(intel-hex:read-hex-from-file 512 "/path/to/hex-file.hex") => #(0 0 0 ... #x21 #x46 #x01 ...)
You can install via Quicklisp.
READ-HEX size stream => byte-array
Reads Intel HEX format from STREAM and returns an array of bytes whose only dimension is SIZE. STREAM should be a character input stream.
READ-HEX-FROM-FILE size filename => byte-array
Reads Intel HEX format from a file named FILENAME and returns an array of bytes whose only dimension is SIZE.
READ-HEX-FROM-STRING size string => byte-array
Reads Intel HEX format from STRING and returns an array of bytes whose only dimension is SIZE.
There are fix record types defined in Intel HEX format and their implementation status in the library is as following.
Hex code | Record type | Status ———|————-|——- ‘00’ | Data Record | done. ‘01’ | End Of File Record | done. ‘02’ | Extended Segment Address Record | not implemented. ‘03’ | Start Segment Address Record | not implemented. ‘04’ | Extended Linear Address Record | done. ‘05’ | Start Linear Address Record | not implemented.
Copyright (c) 2015 Masayuki Takagi (email@example.com)
Licensed under the MIT License.