UrJTAG, descendant of the openwince JTAG tools, can now read BSDL
descriptions natively, transfers data over USB much faster, and got some
new bus and cable drivers. Numerous improvements have been added, many
bugs have been fixed.
It is available for download at
Thanks for supporting UrJTAG!
Version 0.9 has been released today and is now available in
the project's "Download" section at SourceForge:
Between release 0.8 and the most recent 0.9, the BSDL parser has been
rewritten with added support for IEEE 1532 extensions.
Internally, we got rid of many global variables, which is a major
improvement for everyone who wants to use UrJTAG as a library.
The low level communication with USB cables has been properly
separated from that with parport cables into new "usbconn" and "parport"
link drivers, making it easier to support new USB cables with their
custom protocols natively.
Many annoyances and bugs have been fixed. For a concise list of
changes, please refer to the 0.9 release notes:
Really lots of thanks to all who contributed to this release!!!
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