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Revision5346c5a13459c921c98571ab736a3ef94402c62a (tree)
Time2019-02-02 15:24:01
Authoringlorion <homemicro@ingl...>
Commiteringlorion

Log Message

some documentation fixes after proofreading

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diff -r 277a390f29f5 -r 5346c5a13459 docs/design/twi.txt
--- a/docs/design/twi.txt Sun Jan 27 23:27:55 2019 -0800
+++ b/docs/design/twi.txt Fri Feb 01 22:24:01 2019 -0800
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
88 1. Arbitrage is not supported. The computer is always bus master.
99
1010 2. Clock stretching is not supported. Only the computer can drive the
11-SCL line.
11+ SCL line.
1212
1313 In general, a device that supports I2C fast mode, does not attempt to
1414 become bus master, and does not stretch the clock should be compatible
@@ -38,4 +38,4 @@
3838 | T_VD;DAT | Data valid time | - | 0.9 | us |
3939 | T_VD;ACK | Data valid acknowledge time | - | 0.9 | us |
4040
41- * Value is longer than specified for 400kHz I2C.
41+ ~*~ Value is longer than specified for 400kHz I2C.
diff -r 277a390f29f5 -r 5346c5a13459 docs/how-to-build.txt
--- a/docs/how-to-build.txt Sun Jan 27 23:27:55 2019 -0800
+++ b/docs/how-to-build.txt Fri Feb 01 22:24:01 2019 -0800
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
1313 - 1x 74HC139 dual 2-to-4 line decoder/demultiplexer.
1414 - 2x 74HC161 presettable synchronous 4-bit binary counter.
1515 - 1x 74HC166 8-bit parallel-in/serial-out shift register.
16- - 3x 74HC251 octal buffer/line driver; 3-state.
16+ - 3x 74HC541 octal buffer/line driver; 3-state.
1717 - 1x 74HC299 8-bit universal shift register; tri-state.
1818 - 1x 74HC574 octal D-type flip-flop; positive edge-trigger; tri-state.
1919 - 8x 1N4148 small signal diode.
diff -r 277a390f29f5 -r 5346c5a13459 docs/programming-hm1000-video.txt
--- a/docs/programming-hm1000-video.txt Sun Jan 27 23:27:55 2019 -0800
+++ b/docs/programming-hm1000-video.txt Fri Feb 01 22:24:01 2019 -0800
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
3131
3232 #+BEGIN_SRC
3333 programmer
34- id = "m328";
34+ id = "rpi";
3535 desc = "Use the Linux sysfs interface to bitbang GPIO lines";
3636 type = "linuxgpio";
3737 reset = 4;
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@
4949 The following command writes vga-m328-ntsc.hex to the microcontroller:
5050
5151 #+BEGIN_SRC sh
52-vga$ sudo avrdude -p m328p -c m328 -C +$HOME/.avrdude.conf -U flash:w:vga-m328-ntsc.hex
52+vga$ sudo avrdude -p m328p -c rpi -C +$HOME/.avrdude.conf -U flash:w:vga-m328-ntsc.hex
5353 #+END_SRC
5454
5555 Note the + after the -C option.
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@
5757 Here, -p is used to specify the part. "m328p" is AVRDUDE's name for
5858 the ATmega328P. If you have the non-P version, use "m328" here.
5959
60-The "-c m328" specifies the programmer id and should match the one in
60+The "-c rpi" specifies the programmer id and should match the one in
6161 your configuration file.
6262
6363 The configuration file is specified with the -C option. The + here
@@ -72,5 +72,5 @@
7272 divide the clock by 8. This is accomplished by the following command:
7373
7474 #+BEGIN_SRC sh
75-vga$ sudo avrdude -p m328p -c m328 -C +$HOME/.avrdude.conf -U lfuse:w:0xe0:m
75+vga$ sudo avrdude -p m328p -c rpi -C +$HOME/.avrdude.conf -U lfuse:w:0xe0:m
7676 #+END_SRC
diff -r 277a390f29f5 -r 5346c5a13459 docs/programming-rom.txt
--- a/docs/programming-rom.txt Sun Jan 27 23:27:55 2019 -0800
+++ b/docs/programming-rom.txt Fri Feb 01 22:24:01 2019 -0800
@@ -13,10 +13,10 @@
1313 with a Raspberry Pi, you can use the writerom tool to write the ROM
1414 image to the ROM chip.
1515
16-First, the writerom tool has to be built (this only needs to be done
17-once - and, of course, if you make changes to the writerom tool).
18-Again starting from the top of the repository (use ~cd ..~ first if
19-you are in the ROM directory):
16+First, the writerom tool has to be built. This only needs to be done
17+once, unless you made changes to the writerom tool or get a newer
18+version from the repository. Again starting from the top of the
19+repository (use ~cd ..~ first if you are in the ROM directory):
2020
2121 #+BEGIN_SRC sh
2222 homemicro$ cd tools
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