[flashrom] New programmer board "SPI_TT LPT" support - patch submission

Max flammaden at gmail.com
Sun Feb 28 13:27:09 CET 2016

SPI read was tested. Write wasn't, because of sudden AC voltage blackout
and I haven't had any more effort going to collecting build tools and
struggling with build process.
It's buffer enable pin is hardwired, so no control required.

In attachment there are SPI-TT schematics, so you can add it to man page.

Best regards,
Max Arephin.

2016-02-28 13:16 GMT+03:00 Stefan Tauner <stefan.tauner at alumni.tuwien.ac.at>

> On Sun, 28 Feb 2016 11:03:19 +0300
> Max <flammaden at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello, Stefan!
> >
> > Actually, I doesn't real Linux C programmer - I just passed by. :)
> > So, I just tried to get into this area, but get very distracted by
> > wretchedness and inconvenience of Linux development tools. I don't think
> > there's will be next time. :) I just "threw patch away", hoping that this
> > programmer widely enough available and somebody, having proper skills,
> > finishes it. Seems to be, my thoughts was wrong, but till now I don't be
> > sad.
> > Now I surprised! Thank you for your precious time to finish this patch,
> > Stefan!
> >
> > I marked them as untested because I think that my one working quick dirty
> > patch is not an reliable proof of testing.
> The patch alone is no proof but if you have tested it with real
> hardware and it worked then there is no reason to not believe you and
> mark it as tested. Have you run flashrom with your patch on that
> hardware and did writing work?
> > It doesn't need any enable routine - it has no logic, no triggers/relay -
> > just resistors and buffer.
> Buffers most often have disable (or enable) pins and if they are not
> pulled down (or up) statically by resistors we need to do that
> dynamically when starting to access the programmer. This would not be
> unusual at all for this class of programmers... hence my question.
> --
> Kind regards/Mit freundlichen Grüßen, Stefan Tauner
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