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Windows C EEPROM programmer script

Posted on Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 in binmode, Bus Pirate, scripts by Ian

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James submitted an example binmode script in C for Windows. It programs an ASCII hex file onto an I2C eeprom like the 24FC64. This is an excellent demo for anyone who wants to make a native Windows application that interfaces the Bus Pirate.

Don’t forget that we want your scripts too. We’re giving away two Bus Pirate probe kits to binmode script authors. Here’s all the binmode documentation so far.

Thanks for the tip!

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  1. James says:

    Thanks for the post Ian, I added write support recently but the linux port will have to wait a while since exams are coming up.

    http://www.filedropper.com/i2ceepromwin_3

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