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Logic Sniffer client 0.95b1 beta release

Posted on Monday, November 21st, 2011 in logic analyzer by DP

A beta release of Jawi’s Logic Sniffer client version 0.95 is now available. It has these updates:

  • Client now also runs on Java 7, but remains backward compatible with Java 6;
  • Fixed issues #79, #77, #76, #75, #74, #70 and #40;
  • Use PureJavacomm as experimental serial library instead of RXTX;
  • Major cleanups in Tool/Device API making it easier to implement and test new tools and/or devices;
  • Hide more of the OSGi complexity in the “main” code;
  • Ansgar Kueckes donated an new decoder tool to decode ASM45 signals as part of the HP 9845 project;
  • OLS trigger mask/value can now be entered as hex-value (patch provided by Ansgar Kueckes);
  • Several small cleanups and improvements.

Jawi expects to have an official version 1 release soon.

Via the Forum.

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One Response to “Logic Sniffer client 0.95b1 beta release”

  1. Victor says:

    Will it support Papilio board with OLS firmware?

    Also I mentioned that Papilio is several times slower than OLS, even when both are run with 38400 bit/s. Why it can be so? They must communicate with FPGA differently, but this can not be a bottleneck, right?

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