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Old 16 April 2017, 16:50   #1
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DiagROM V0.9 Out

Just released: DiagROM V0.9


http://www.diagrom.com/


The REVISION Edition as I am at the Revision demoparty.
Whats new?

A lot of internal changes.

But changed keyboardhandling in “Manual Edit” mode, hopefully keyboard works better now.

Chipmemdetect at startup does more tests to capture more biterrors.

Also added tests if CPU can do odd/eveb reads and writes. Request by Terriblefire.

Added a testpicture as GFX Test

Added test for RTC Chip, reads both types you have to know what chip is in your machine.

Added a experimental Autoconfig support for Zorro II boards and memory, Remember that you can only run this ONCE.

Audiotest now includes several notes and waveforms and also a module.
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Old 16 April 2017, 17:17   #2
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Hi Chucky, thanks for this. Really pleased to see that you are willing to open the source of this nice tool, and I'm looking forward to that day.
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Old 16 April 2017, 17:29   #3
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yes it will be open soon..
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Old 21 April 2017, 22:50   #4
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TOTALLY OUT OF MY COMFORTZONE NOW!

https://github.com/ChuckyGang/DiagROM

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https://github.com/ChuckyGang/DiagROM

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Wow, I'll check it out tomorrow when I get the opportunity. This is a great gesture.
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https://github.com/ChuckyGang/DiagROM

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If you survived on German weather and beer You can survive at github

How about integration in 'early startup-menu'? (a patched bootmenu module)

Great work and thanks!
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Early boot? nahh that is a totally different thing. and. .no..
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Thanks, nice thing to do Chucky!
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Should I do a commit everyday I have been working on it. or more less?
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Old 30 April 2017, 02:15   #10
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There's a matter of style preference to it. I think a *generally* preferred style do commits with every little change, which then makes your commit history a very useful tool for tracking changes. I recommend multiple commits, but only pushing once per day.
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Once per day it will be.. when I am "done" for that day.
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Whatever suits your workflow. I try to do a commit per finished feature or fixed bug, that way you can use more of git's features when working with your releases.

Basically you can tag a commit to be your 0.8, 0.9 and so on. Then when development moves onwards and you decided you actually want to revert stuff but don't want to throw away all your new code, you can go back to the 0.9 tag and cherry pick individual "future" commits back to your 0.9 code and just take what you need from your new stuff.

The tool sort of shapes your work flow too in this case, but you are free to use as many or few git features as you like. If you don't want to worry about that stuff, then just do a daily commit if that's how you work best.
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Just updated the daily version. it now have a limited version that can be programmed into 27c256 proms and to be used on A1000..
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Hi Chucky, how about an hex value display in Keyboardtest screen?
I've various scancode keymaps table but only with hexadecimal value

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Well that is an idea.. will implement
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