Added block table for Samsung K8Q2815UQB. The programming modes "writeword" and "writewordubm" don't require manual chip/sector erase prior to writing anymore!
Bugfix: "NORway.py COMx release" didn't work. Now you can leave Teensy powered at all times and console will boot up correctly after issuing a "release" command
Bugfix: increased TRANSMIT_TIMEOUT for Teensy's serial device to 10000ms (required for OS X)
Bugfix: disabled DSR/DTR flow control (wasn't working reliably on OS X)
Bugfix: TRISTATE wasn't set correctly
Added additional verification when writing is done. Although each write command verifies each written sector/block, it happened that written bytes weren't persistent
Added "verify" command
NORway v0.6 Beta Changelog:
Changed programming modes "write", "writeword" and "writewordubm" to "vwrite", "vwriteword" and "vwritewordubm".
Added new programming modes that skip verification for single 4KB blocks: "write", "writeword" and "writewordubm".
Moved verification algorithm to Teensy.
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The Teensy (pjrc.com/teensy/) is a complete USB-based microcontoller development system, in a very small footprint, capable of implementing many types of projects. All programming is done via the USB port. No special programmer is needed, only a standard "Mini-B" USB cable and a PC or Macintosh with a USB port.