testing/*.tcl sample & test code
[openocd.git] / src / file2c.tcl
1 #!/bin/bash
2 # restart using a Tcl shell \
3 exec sh -c 'for tclshell in tclsh tclsh83 cygtclsh80 ; do \
4 ( echo | $tclshell ) 2> /dev/null && exec $tclshell "`( cygpath -w \"$0\" ) 2> /dev/null || echo $0`" "$@" ; \
5 done ; \
6 echo "file2c.tcl: cannot find Tcl shell" ; exit 1' "$0" "$@"
7
8 #===============================================================================
9 #
10 # file2c.tcl
11 #
12 # Convert a file into a header that can be #included from C.
13 #
14 #===============================================================================
15 #####ECOSGPLCOPYRIGHTBEGIN####
16 ## -------------------------------------------
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46 #####ECOSGPLCOPYRIGHTEND####
47 #===============================================================================
48 ######DESCRIPTIONBEGIN####
49 #
50 # Author(s): jlarmour,bartv
51 # Contact(s):
52 # Date: 2001-07-20
53 # Purpose:
54 # Description:
55 # Usage: file2c.tcl <file to encode> <output C header file>
56 #
57 #####DESCRIPTIONEND####
58 #===============================================================================
59
60
61
62 if { $argc != 2 } {
63 puts "Usage: file2c.tcl <file to encode> <output C file>"
64 exit 1
65 }
66 set infile [lindex $argv 0]
67 set outfile [lindex $argv 1]
68 set label [string range $outfile [expr 1+[string last / $outfile]] [expr [string last . $outfile]-1]]
69
70 set status [ catch {
71 set infilefd [open $infile "r"]
72 fconfigure $infilefd -translation binary
73 set data [read $infilefd]
74 close $infilefd
75 } message]
76
77 if { $status != 0 } {
78 error "Unable to read file $infile: $message"
79 }
80
81 set result ""
82
83 set status [ catch {
84 set outfilefd [ open $outfile "w" ]
85 } message ]
86
87 if { $status != 0 } {
88 error "Unable to create file $outfile: $message"
89 }
90
91 append result "/* This is a generated file. Do not edit. */\n\n"
92 append result "const unsigned char filedata_$label\[\] = {\n"
93
94 set datalength [ string length $data ]
95
96 set aligned_datalength [expr $datalength - ($datalength % 8)]
97
98 for { set i 0 } {$i < $aligned_datalength} {incr i 8} {
99 binary scan $data "@[set i]H16" var0
100 append result [format " 0x%2s, 0x%2s, 0x%2s, 0x%2s, 0x%2s, 0x%2s, 0x%2s, 0x%2s,\n" \
101 [string range $var0 0 1] \
102 [string range $var0 2 3] \
103 [string range $var0 4 5] \
104 [string range $var0 6 7] \
105 [string range $var0 8 9] \
106 [string range $var0 10 11] \
107 [string range $var0 12 13] \
108 [string range $var0 14 15]]
109 }
110
111 if { $aligned_datalength != $datalength } {
112 append result " "
113 for { set i $aligned_datalength } {$i < $datalength} {incr i} {
114 binary scan $data "@[set i]H2" var0
115 append result [format "0x%2s, " $var0]
116 }
117 }
118
119 # Remove either comma+newline or comma+space from the end
120 set result [string range $result 0 [expr [string length $result] - 3]]
121
122 append result "\n};"
123
124 puts $outfilefd $result
125 close $outfilefd