SUMP PUMP challenge completed

Posted on Friday, February 5th, 2010 in logic analyzer by Ian

We’ve been working on an open source logic analyzer prototype with Jack Gassett of the Gadget Factory. The project is currently known by the code name ‘SUMP-PUMP’, but you can help suggest a name. The design incorporates elements of the Butterfly platform, which is available now at the Gadget Factory.

On Wednesday we offered a free SUMP PUMP to the developer of a command line utility that could replace our Perl script ROM uploader. Michal Demin completed the challenge in less than 24hours. Piotr and Ipenguin helped with patches for the Mac. Congratulations, and thanks for the hard work!

Michal will receive a preview SUMP PUMP. You can try the app here.

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