Ida Pro help

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Re: Ida Pro help

Postby ejukated » Sun May 07, 2017 10:26 pm

Thanks Antus, i remember reading a tip similar but its good to have a reference all in the once place. Its been a LONG time since I've done this so its going to take me a while to get going...

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Re: Ida Pro help

Postby charlay86 » Fri May 12, 2017 9:11 pm

in the past i wrote some scripts to amalgamate the idc files, the only problem was that not all of the info in the database (maybe it was function comments?) would import back in properly.

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Re: Ida Pro help

Postby Xnke » Sat May 13, 2017 5:46 am

The E-side/T-side stuff stands for Event and Timing, not engine/transmission. Confusion awaits those who head into a disassembly thinking the bin is only split for PCMs and not engine-only computers.

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Re: Ida Pro help

Postby antus » Sat May 13, 2017 10:41 am

Oh thanks for that. Ours are engine and transmission so we had better not use the same terminology then! Ill edit my previous post.
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Re: Ida Pro help

Postby charlay86 » Sun May 21, 2017 10:16 pm

Xnke wrote:The E-side/T-side stuff stands for Event and Timing, not engine/transmission. Confusion awaits those who head into a disassembly thinking the bin is only split for PCMs and not engine-only computers.

although interestingly enough in the P66 PCMs the E-side does all the engine calcs, and the T-side runs the transmission, similar to how our 128k P6 PCMs have the engine code in the lower bank and the transmission code in the upper bank.

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Re: Ida Pro help

Postby Xnke » Mon May 22, 2017 7:59 am

Yep. It's pure coincidence that it comes out that way-or GM would have you believe it is. I used to have the paper that called out the processors as Event and Timing, I think it was for the P66 V8 computers/LT-1 computer though.

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