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Open On-Chip Debugger / [OpenOCD-user] The first Release Candidate for 0.11.0

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Article URL: https://sourceforge.net/p/openocd/mailman/message/37175056/ Comments URL: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=25719361 Points: 1 # Comments: 0
Hello, Thanks to the concentrated efforts the project is getting closer to the new release, and the first release candidate has been tagged (v0.11.0-rc1). The source code archives are available from the usual location and the documentation on the web site updated. The purpose of the release candidate is getting wider testing to weed out the bugs, and especially regressions so please give it a good spin and report all the surfacing issues. I know Debian and Fedora maintainers are already updating the packages in their distros, and I hope the others will follow. The OpenOCD team is committed to making your lifes easier, so do not hesitate complaining about any packaging issues you face. Please consider adding "libgpiod" as a new dependency on all supported platforms as that not only allows using GPIO bitbanging for JTAG and SWD on SoCs but also works for some generic USB devices (DLN-2, CP210x, FTX, I guess more to come). This release renames some commands to provide a more consistent UI, but the old commands will still be available for a while. There's also a change that breaks compatibility with some scripts, specifically, the removal of "ocd_" prefix resulting from a grand clean-up of the command handling infrastructure and some other more minor changes to the way command results are presented. So if you do any fancy scripting or control OpenOCD via RPC, please do not be too surprised or disappointed, the clean-up was for the good :) That said, please feel free to report if your usecase is somehow made problematic by the new way, nothing is set in stone. Copy of the NEWS follows. This file includes highlights of the changes made in the OpenOCD source archive release. JTAG Layer: * add debug level 4 for verbose I/O debug * bitbang, add read buffer to improve performance * Cadence SystemVerilog Direct Programming Interface (DPI) adapter driver * CMSIS-DAP v2 (USB bulk based) adapter driver * Cypress KitProg adapter driver * FTDI FT232R sync bitbang adapter driver *…
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