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Bus Pirate power tools

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

Are there any 'power tools' that would make the Bus Pirate more useful? We want to develop a collection of cross-platform command line utilities for common stuff. There's already two apps. The first accesses the SPI sniffer from binary mode for maximum speed. The second is a self-test utility that...

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Bus Pirate SPI sniffer utility v0.2

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

A new version of the Bus Pirate SPI sniffer helper application and source is ready to download. This version adds clock edge and idle phase configuration settings. It also has new command line parsing. Download links and updated instructions are on the wiki.

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Bus Pirate SPI sniffer utility v0.1

Friday, August 20th, 2010

SPI sniffing with the Bus Pirate just got easier. SPIsniffer is a helper application (power tool?) that accesses the SPI sniffer using the fast binary mode. This is 3 to 4 times faster than displaying snooped output in the terminal mode. In terminal mode the Bus Pirate decodes raw data...

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