I am in the process of making my own ISP and everything works fine with generic applications thus far but I am unsure how to handle a bootloader application with the second last line of my hex file with a recordtype of 3.
Last 3 lines:
:06F9E80050413A203100FD :040000030000E00019 :00000001FF
Should I just ignore this or write it as a data type (recordtype 0).
Wiki explains this as: "[recordtype] 03, Start Segment Address Record." I thought all start addresses were set through the fuses as I have done in the past with existing programmers.
Any advice on how I should handle this?
EDIT: I Reviewed wiki and looked at srec'd bootloader and application files that begin to include record types 4 and 5 also. I guess I can disregard these record types as they only relate to how to read the hex file, not for how to store the data of type 00.