03-01-2010, 04:30 PM
Is it possible to download code that resides in a BSP2e?
I have lost the original code due to a PC change.
03-01-2010, 05:47 PM
If you look in the FAQ sticky thread at the top of the forum you will find the answer to you question along with a lot of other helpful information.
From the FAQ:
Recovering Program from stamp to make copies/back ups
------The question comes up about loosing source code or wanting to copy a chip someone else has made
------This question raises an eyebrow about the persons legal rights/morals as to making illegal copies
------regardless of the reasoning, recovering source code from a chip is not something that is practical.
------An advanced programmer may be able to write a program to dump the EEPROM and get the PBASIC tokens
------from the chip [other than the area they overwrote with there program], and reverse engineer it.
------but the effort would be more work than re-writing from scratch [not to mention incomplete]
------So, in response to that question, My reply is "You Can't", So making backups of your development is highly advised.