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    • Lubomir Rintel's avatar
      msg_init: the memory size is 4 octets · 3e266273
      Lubomir Rintel authored
      Without this the memory size would be clamped to zero for >64k devices.
      This caused SST28SF040A not ot be erased completely. I guess most chips
      such as microcontrollers don't really care about the size since they can
      be erased all at once.
      3e266273
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    • Lubomir Rintel's avatar
      Add support for disabling/enabling protection · 09fc44b6
      Lubomir Rintel authored
      The original software disables write protection before write and restores it
      after write if the chip supports it. It provides a checkboxes for disabling the
      functionality.
      
      This changeset adds equivalent functionality with equivalent defaults. The bits
      in opts4 were guessed by clicking around in the UI and seeing whether the
      checkboxes grey out. The opcodes 0x44 and 0x45 and the transaction behavior
      were identified by sniffing the traffic via NetPacket::USBMon.
      09fc44b6
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    • Al Williams's avatar
      Allows for PICs to have two config words · c8065834
      Al Williams authored
      This is currently only set for the PIC16F886
      but should be set for all double config PICs.
      
      The trigger for this is to add 0x10000 to the PIC's
      protocol_id in devices.h. This is stripped off in
      main.c after setting the correct PIC fuse structure.
      
      For compatibility, the original config word (0x2007) is
      still conf_word in the input/output text file.
      
      The second config word (0x2008) is tagged conf_word1
      
      Both read and write will respect the extra configuration word.
      
      Note the Makefile doesn't pick up changes to devices.h so if
      you change more PICs to handle dual config words, you need to
      do a make clean before running make to be sure the changes are picked
      up.
      c8065834
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