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Binary mode scripts roundup

Posted on Thursday, October 22nd, 2009 in binmode, Bus Pirate, scripts by Ian

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Here’s a roundup of the binary mode scripts we’ve collected so far. Submit your scripts by the end of this weekend for a Bus Pirate probe cable kit.

blue.zener wrote a Ruby class to interface the Bus Pirate, and demonstrated it with a Nokia 3310 LCD. audiohacked recently updated pyBusPirate, a comprehensive Python interface library. James wrote an example I2C EEPROM programming script in C for Windows.

There’s also three Perl examples in the demo scripts folder. The binmode test shows how to enter and exit the new modes. The self-test script demonstrates the new binary manufacturing test modes. The binary SPI sample script dumps EEPROMs to a file.

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