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easiest way to change SPI-tool?


I'm desperately trying to decode a 9bit SPI Transfer manually and it's driving my crazy.
It is very easy to make a mistake if you look at every single bit manually.
I'd love to update the SPI-Tool of the Client by myself, but I have no idea how to compile the sources (or how to get the sources).

I'm an experienced embedded developer with C++ and C# skills, I've never ever written any Java code but shouldn't be a problem.

Are there any recommendations which client to use for my tweaking?
It should be a client with accessible sources and an easy way to compile it. (I've got visual studio if there are c# sources around there)

Thank you very much for your help,


Re: easiest way to change SPI-tool?

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Hi Michael - The alternative Java client is the most active that I know of: ... opic=716.0
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