That's awesome, and right when I'm waiting for my STLINK V3 to arrive from China.

I hope I'll have time to update the Solus package this afternoon (worst case scenario, it'll be on wednesday, our sync's to stable are usually on fridays, and this week's sync is being delayed due to major upgrades requiring additional testing).

On February 16, 2020 9:26:15 PM GMT+02:00, David Hendricks <> wrote:
Hello everyone,
Flashrom v1.2 is out. A tarball has been added to, and a new branch (1.2.x) and tag
(v1.2) have been pushed.

This release was rushed a bit so that we have a release that includes
numerous build fixes that have been merged since v1.1. Fedora's build
system started to encounter compilation issues that needed to be
addressed for their upcoming release, so that became our canary in the
coal mine this time around.

Other highlights:
- Meson support (hello fwupd!)
- Layout improvements/fixes and many, many code cleanups.
- New chips: MX25U25635F, MX25L51245G, GD25Q256D, M95M02-A125,
N25Q/MT25Q variants, W25Q128JW_DTR, AT25SF321, S25FL512S
- New programmers: National Instruments USB-845x, Tin Can Tools
Flyswatter/Flyswatter 2, STLINK V3, more Intel PCHs (Apollo Lake,
Cannon Lake variants, Ice Lake U)
- Reduced dependency on libusb0
- Syntax: Added --flash-name and --flash-size arguments to print
information about the flash chip

Please report issues, and as always thanks to all who have contributed.
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