Updated Bus Pirate manual

Posted on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 in Bus Pirate by Ian


The Bus Pirate manual has new pages for each bus mode:

1-Wire, UART, I2C, SPI, JTAG, raw 2-wire, raw 3-wire, PC keyboard, HD44780 LCDs, MIDI

It should be easier to maintain each page and add new documentation as needed. We’re also going to leave comments enabled so you can help correct errors and omissions.

We’re still looking for a volunteer to maintain the Bus Pirate manual. This could be a good opportunity to get involved in a growing open source project, even if you’re not into coding.

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One Response to “Updated Bus Pirate manual”

  1. Navid says:

    I’ll raise my hand for helping with the manual.

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