What command-line options does JavaKit accept?
Tim Rohaly JavaKit will print out a list of the available command-line options if you specify -advanced when you start it up. Your output should look something like the following:
> java -classpath tini.jar JavaKit -advanced JavaKit Version 2.1.8 Dallas Semiconductor Corporation -==============================- Usage: java JavaKit <-options> Where options include: -port Specifies the COM port to auto open. -macro Specifies a macro file to auto load. Pass multiple files separated by commas. -baud Specifies the baud rate to use (default is 115200.) -padSize Specifies the size of the pad string when writing to Hex files to flash ROM (default is 12.) -binPause Specifies the number of milliseconds to pause after a binary segment write. (default is 50ms.) -exitAfterRun Specifies that JavaKit should exit after running the macro file specified with "-macro". -bankSize Specifies the size of each memory bank. Default: 65536 -ROMSize Specifies the total size of the Flash ROM. Default: 524288 -log Generates a log file called JavaKit.log. -flushWait Wait time after sending a portion of binary data. Default: 50 ms. -resetWait Wait time after sending a DTR toggle. Default: 100 ms. -debug Enables debug mode. -noDTRTest Instructs JavaKit not to test for DTR connected on File->Load. -advanced Show advanced options.