unfortunately, I do not know the software you use, but if I were you, I will try these two solutions:
1) I tried to search the format of map file, but I did not find anything. But because GCC is GNU, try to choose GNU format.
2) It should be also possible to insert elf file instead of map file and choose format ELF/DWARF 32bit. I suppose you try to parse some information about variables, etc. and this can be also done using .elf file.
Please let me know, if it helps you.
I use vector company's canape software.
Creating an A2L file using the ASAP2 Editor tool requires importing a MAP or ELF file.
I use CodeWarrior5.9 ELF file and then select ELF / DWARF 32bit is possible
However, I used S32DS MAP files and ELF files were tried almost all the optional format, the results either prompted no valid MAP file or the results of the import is garbled.
When using the S32DS MAP file and selecting the GNU 68K, the variable address is parsed correctly, but the data type is parsed incorrectly.
Is it somewhere that needs to be configured?
I do not have license for the software tool from Vector, so I am not able to try it on my side. But from your description it is possible that this tool does not support map file generated by S32 Design Studio.
So the only advice I can give you right now is to contact Vector support and ask them about support of map files generated by GCC compiler, respectively about support of GCC ported for VLE instruction set.