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    • Paul Sokolovsky's avatar
      tools: Update upip to 0.6. · 0aff87b8
      Paul Sokolovsky authored
      Removes FFI dependency, instead uses builtin os module. Thus can work on
      systems where dynamic library loading is not available.
      0aff87b8
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    • Dave Hylands's avatar
      stmhal: Fix USB CDC-only mode under Windows. · 01d64914
      Dave Hylands authored
      This fix adds PIDs 9801 and 9802 to the pybcdc.inf file.
      
      When in CDC only mode, it presents itself as a Communcations
      device rather than as a composite device. Presenting as a
      composite device with only the CDC interface seems to confuse
      windows.
      
      To test and make sure that the correct pybcdc.inf was being used,
      I used USBDeview from http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html
      to uninstall any old pyboard drivers (Use Control-F and search
      for pyboard). I found running USBDeview as administrator worked best.
      
      Installing the driver in CDC+MSC mode first is recommended (since the
      pybcdc.inf file in on the internal flash drive). Then when you switch
      modes everything seems to work properly.
      
      I used https://github.com/dhylands/upy-examples/blob/master/boot_switch.py
      to easily switch the pyboard between the various USB modes for testing.
      01d64914
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    • Daniel Campora's avatar
      tools: Add telnet support to pyboard.py. · cd14188b
      Daniel Campora authored
      The adapter class "TelnetToSerial" is used to access the Telnet
      connection using the same API as with the serial connection. The
      function pyboard.run-test() has been removed to made the module
      generic and because this small test is no longer needed.
      cd14188b
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