#1 Saving "lock&fuse" lockbits are inverted

open-fixed
Interface (2)
5
2010-03-03
2009-12-09
Anonymous
No

When saving a lock & fuse file lock bits are inverted (i.e. no check means 0xFF but 0x00 is saved). So when loaded again, checks are thus inverted (all checked).
I already have found a solution:
file fusewnd.pas, line 425, action : remove the XOR; line should read: LockHexLabel.Caption := '0x' + IntToHex (GetLockBitsVal, 2);
file fusewnd.pas, line 259, action : add a NOT; line should read: if not c.Checked then
this way it works...
Regards, Valerio

Discussion

  • Adam Dybkowski

    Adam Dybkowski - 2009-12-10
    • assigned_to: nobody --> adybkows
     
  • Adam Dybkowski

    Adam Dybkowski - 2010-03-03
    • status: open --> open-fixed
     
  • Adam Dybkowski

    Adam Dybkowski - 2010-03-03

    Fixed in SVN revision 8.

     

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