ARM® Compiler toolchain Using the fromelf Image Converter

Version 5.01

List of Topics

Conventions and feedback
Overview of the fromelf image converter
About the fromelf image converter
fromelf execution modes
Considerations when using fromelf
Getting help on the fromelf command
fromelf command-line syntax
fromelf command-line options listed in groups
Using fromelf
Converting an ELF image to Intel Hex-32 format
Converting an ELF image to Motorola 32-bit format
Converting an ELF image to plain binary format
Converting an ELF image to Byte oriented (Verilog Memory Model) hexadecimal format
Controlling debug information in output files
Disassembling an ELF-formatted file
Processing ELF files in an archive
Protecting code in images and objects with fromelf
Printing details of ELF-formatted files
Using fromelf to find where a symbol is placed in an executable ELF image
fromelf command reference
--base [[object_file::]load_region_ID=]num
--linkview, --no_linkview
--project=filename, --no_project
--symbolversions, --no_symbolversions
Revisions for Using the fromelf Image Converter

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Revision History
Revision A28 May 2010ARM Compiler toolchain v4.1 Release
Revision B30 September 2010Update 1 for ARM Compiler toolchain v4.1
Revision C28 January 2011Update 2 for ARM Compiler toolchain v4.1 Patch 3
Revision D30 April 2011ARM Compiler toolchain v5.0 Release
Revision E29 July 2011Update 1 for ARM Compiler toolchain v5.0
Revision F30 September 2011ARM Compiler toolchain v5.01 Release
Revision G29 February 2012Document update 1 for ARM Compiler toolchain v5.01 Release
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