I've seen several posts that dance around the issue, but none seem to really get to the point.
Is there a scriptable (command line preferred) tool that can write a SigmaStudio DSP image through the DSP to the self boot memory? It isn't acceptable to tell the production technician that they have to click through a gui to do it. It MUST be fully automated and not (preferably) involve a Windows GUI.
In our situation we have TWO DSP images. One is a self test that is only used during production. The second is the image that gets released in the product. Because there are two, we are unable to pre-program the EEPROM. There are extenuating circumstances that prevent us from merging the two code images. They must remain separate.
We'd like to build a production test system that automagically programs the self test image into fully-assembled hardware, lets the test run, then automagically programs the production image. The whole process should require a SINGLE keyboard press or mouse click on the part of the operating technician.
Can it be done or not? If so, can you point me to the tools I need?