Published On: March 24, 2020|Categories: Electronics, Programming|Tags: , , , , |

A unique situation in which I wanted to dump the memory of a program running on a microcontroller – the program can send data through serial port, but for it to make sense for the programmer it has to be dumped in a readable format. And another challenge was that the controller was programmable only from MS Windows. So this dumping program must be able to run on Win64.

I chose Golang for this purpose as I don’t know the serial port reading API of Win32/64 but I can build for Win64 using Golang on Linux and a nice Serial library was available for Golang as well.

The same is available on my Github.

Building this program on Linux, for Win64 is pretty easy (my Linux box is amd64):

You may require some changes in the build command if building for 32 bit or from a 32 bit system.


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