Cross platform Open Logic Sniffer client 0.9.6 final released

Posted on Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 in Logic Sniffer by DP

Jawi continues to make excellent progress with the cross-platform Open Logic Sniffer client. Version 0.9.6 final is out. Check out the change log below.

  • New signal display component in place, with most of the long-promised functionality now in place;
  • new default look and feel, thanks to Marius Jonsson;
  • allow OLS to be used over a network, thanks to Marcin Zapolski;
  • improved detection of SUMP-compatible devices, thanks to JTR;
  • allow data to be exported as CSV (issue #95);
  • added DMX512 decoder tool;
  • added simple Manchester line decoder tool;
  • extended SPI decoder to support dual/quad SPI mode (SPIFI), thanks to Benjamin Vernoux for testing this;
  • allow communication with OLBS at any serial port speed;
  • fixed a lot of issues: #107, #106, #105, #103, #101, #100, #99, #98, #95, #94, #91, #90, #84, #76, #73, #71, #67, #59, #55, #52, #49, #38, #25, #19, #18, #15, #14, #13, #12, #11, #7;
  • as usual, lots of small improvements and cleanups.

Development on the next version is already started. For starters, it will include a serial console that allows you to debug serial communications (a la Tera Term). Also, support for the long awaited HP16550 style triggers is under development…

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