[teqc] re:Rockwell binary

John Galvin lgalvin at pacbell.net
Mon May 29 12:30:46 MDT 2006


I'm not sure what the difficulty is here.  Just capture the raw data, byte
by byte into a file and feed that file to TEQC.  TEQC will grab the message
ids that it needs.  There shouldn't be any need to "organize the raw data",
since TEQC sorts it out just fine, with no need to concern yourself with

John Galvin 

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Monday, May 29, 2006 8:14 AM
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Subject: [teqc] re:Rockwell binary


> It depends on whether you're reading the 1102's 6-byte integer on a
> little- or big-endian processor; see below, which is generalized for
> either little-endian formats (like the Zodiac's) or big-endian (of
> which none have shown up so far), and avoids requiring 8-byte integers,
> i.e. it just uses 2- and 4-byte unsigned integers and puts the result
> into an 8-byte floating point.

Thanks -- but I really just need to organize the raw data into the format
that teqc will process. Unless I process the binary myself, teqc should take
care of the endian for the machine it was compiled and convert the 6-byte to


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