Cleaning up glitching.
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2010-01-19 travisutkCleaning up glitching.
2010-01-07 travisutkMonitor now does CALL and EXEC.
2010-01-07 travisutkRough draft of CALL/EXEC support for the Monitor.
2010-01-06 travisutkREAD command only returns a byte if it is supposed...
2010-01-05 travisutkLast of the JTAG refactoring before Spy-bi-wire support...
2010-01-02 travisutkSome bits of Spy-Bi-Wire support, thanks to Mark Rages...
2009-12-22 travisutkConfigure typo, forgot to escape a $.
2009-12-21 travisutkForgot to #ifdef some glitching code on 2274.
2009-12-01 travisutkQuantitative tests of AVR power stability,
2009-11-26 travisutkAVR support for setting lock bits.
2009-11-24 travisutkGLITCH application is coming together.
2009-11-24 travisutkindentation
2009-11-23 travisutkGlitch app is in progress, first support will be for...
2009-11-23 travisutkJTAG exit.
2009-11-23 travisutkSTOP command for exiting JTAG430 debugger.
2009-11-22 travisutkFast MSP430 Flash writes.
2009-11-22 travisutkCleared compiler warning messages for port redefinition...
2009-11-22 travisutkSwitched from explicit port definitions in asm
2009-11-11 travisutkClearing DCO per Andre@TI's advice.
2009-11-11 travisutkSupport for dumping AVR Flash.
2009-11-06 travisutkCC2430 flashing fixed.
2009-11-06 travisutkChipcon locking now works by clearing all of Info flash.
2009-11-06 travisutkChipcon peek and poke for iram, include SFRs.
2009-11-06 travisutkLED off by default.
2009-11-04 travisutkSPI stuff, cleaned whitespace.
2009-11-02 travisutkCleaned up LED stuff on 2xx msp430_init_dco().
2009-10-21 travisutkPrint configuration instructions.
2009-10-17 travisutkComments.
2009-10-17 travisutkGoodFET30 now MSP430F2254 compatible by default.
2009-10-17 travisutkGoodFET for Chipcon can erase chip and read/write info...
2009-10-17 travisutkCheckpoint. CC flash works, might break it soon.
2009-10-17 travisutk'goodfet.cc flash foo.hex' now works.
2009-10-17 travisutkJust about finished with flash writing support.
2009-10-17 travisutkCorrect page sizes for Chipcon.
2009-10-17 travisutkWorking toward support for writing flash on Chipcon.
2009-10-17 travisutkChipcon refactoring, debugging.
2009-10-11 travisutkEarly support for 2254 on the GoodFET30.
2009-10-08 travisutkReliability patch to Chipcon.
2009-10-08 travisutkMore reliably chipcon.
2009-10-08 travisutkChipcon reliability stuff.
2009-10-08 travisutkFixed python client buffering issues, minor changes...
2009-10-07 travisutkwhitespace.
2009-10-07 travisutkReading and writing of EEPROM works on AVR!
2009-10-07 travisutkAVR support getting better.
2009-10-07 travisutkAVR client connecting and reading ID correctly!
2009-10-07 travisutkWorking on AVR support.
2009-10-07 travisutkRefactoring, beginning AVR application.
2009-10-05 travisutkOops, invalid prefix.
2009-10-05 travisutkSane SPI Flash addressing for poke date, will later...
2009-10-05 travisutkRetooled plugin interface with weak linking.
2009-10-05 travisutkDropped ugly 'blocks' kludge for a 16-bit length field.
2009-10-05 travisutkMoved header transmission to txhead, about to switch...
2009-10-04 travisutkMSP430 Erase is no longer as harsh.
2009-10-04 travisutkRemoved deprecated MSP430 flash test.
2009-10-04 travisutkBlink now targets all 2xx chips, perhaps 1xx too, by...
2009-10-04 travisutkMSP430 test cases, stable poking of RAM.
2009-10-04 travisutk16-bit MSP430 support working well from 1612.
2009-10-04 travisutk16-bit MSP430 Flash writing works again on 1612-based...
2009-10-03 travisutkRepair of 16-bit MSP430 JTAG nearly complete, dump...
2009-10-03 travisutkSilence support and beginnings of proper buffer management.
2009-09-30 travisutk16-bit MSP430 now more reliable.
2009-09-30 travisutkRestoring 16-bit MSP430 support.
2009-09-29 travisutkAtmel JEDEC info for SPI Flash.
2009-09-22 travisutkUrgent client fix, related to block offsets.
2009-09-22 travisutkLarger chunk-size in SPI Flash, but not yet large enoug...
2009-09-20 travisutkDoxygen stuff.
2009-09-20 travisutkRearranging firmware for use with Doxygen.
2009-09-20 travisutkMSP430X2 Poke fix.
2009-09-19 travisutkMSP430X2 cleanup, fixed switch{} falling bug in MSP430X...
2009-09-19 travisutkSupport for debugging strings, closer to a clean MSP430...
2009-09-13 travisutkgoodfet.bsl client for precompiled firmware.
2009-09-13 travisutkMSP430F5xx stuff; 1xx support is probably broken right...
2009-09-11 travisutkPoking works in MSP430X2.
2009-09-09 travisutkPartial refactoring, forgot spi.h early.
2009-09-05 travisutkSPI client refactoring and block read/write functions.
2009-09-04 travisutkReading seems to work on MSP430X2, but some regions...
2009-09-04 travisutkMSP430X2 support is sufficient to read memory!
2009-09-04 travisutkGiving up on MSP430X2 for a second, getting back to...
2009-09-04 travisutkMSP430X2 client connects but reads garbage from ram.
2009-09-04 travisutkJTAG430X2 works at 16MHz, not at 3MHz.
2009-09-04 travisutkErase waits for competion to return.
2009-09-03 travisutkSteps toward plugin support.
2009-09-03 travisutkgoodfet.spiflash now does verification.
2009-09-03 travisutkFaster SPI Flash dumping, but it's a bit ugly.
2009-09-01 travisutkGetting closer to an I2C Python client.
2009-09-01 travisutk2274 works again.
2009-09-01 travisutk2274 #ifndef screwed things up.
2009-08-28 travisutkmsp430_init_dco on 2xx devices now knows defaults for...
2009-08-27 travisutkNearing support for the MSP430F2618 in lieu of the...
2009-08-26 travisutkTrying to get 2618 going.
2009-08-23 travisutkURGENT fix to 1612 clocking.
2009-08-23 travisutkVerification target, doing stress tests without decoupl...
2009-08-23 travisutkAdding preliminary support for the MSP430F2618, build...
2009-08-22 travisutkREADME files. Don't ignore them.
2009-08-20 travisutkForgot monitor.h, included now.
2009-08-20 travisutkMonitor improved to measure stack depth of any other...
2009-08-08 travisutkBeginning support for the second UART.
2009-07-19 travisutkSPI Flash writing is now performed in chunks,
2009-07-19 travisutkWriting of SPI Flash is more reliable.
2009-07-18 travisutkWriting of SPI Flash works just after it is plugged in,
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