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BusPirate.com: Compile PIC and ARM firmware on a cheap server

Thursday, September 20th, 2018

The Bus Pirate project currently has four firmware builds (v3/v4/v5/vNG1) under two toolchains (PIC C/ARM C). To make this more manageable, we use a cheap VPS to check for new code in our git repo and compile the firmware automatically. Fresh compiles are available for everyone immediately, without any intervention...

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BusPirate.com: Automated documentation updates

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Up-to-date documentation makes a project easy to learn about, but its a really boring job that takes a lot of time. Even great documentation eventually has outdated examples and screenshots that don't quite match the latest version. BusPirate.com has a hacked together toolchain to keep the documentation fresh. It's a...

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BusPirate.com: A dedicated website for docs, firmware, tutorials

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Bus Pirate documentation and demos are all buried in a huge wiki and around the blog, this is less than ideal for such an expansive project. We've been working on a new site just for Bus Pirate stuff. This site is full of hacks that automate boring development stuff. Documentation...

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