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* Added the ability to view peel18cv8 jed files to the jedutil. [Kevin Eshbach)GravatarGravatar Scott Stone2012-12-0479-927/+2660
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* consistency fix (nw)GravatarGravatar Miodrag Milanovic2012-11-081-3/+3
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* Fix regtest, now all is executed fine (no whatsnew)GravatarGravatar Miodrag Milanovic2012-11-081-3/+3
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* Converted jedtest script to Python [Andrew Gardner]GravatarGravatar Miodrag Milanovic2012-11-081-0/+149
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* Refactored the code in jedutil to support the viewing of a GAL16V8 device GravatarGravatar Miodrag Milanovic2012-10-1079-73/+3539
| | | | | | | | and added a new command line option of "-viewlist" which will print out a list of all the devices that can be viewed in human readable logic equations. Also updated the jedutil regression test to support passing in an additional argument of "debug" to print out a detailed log. Also moved the jedutil regression test data into separate directories composed of the device's name to make things more organized. [Kevin Eshbach]
* Numerous jedutil tool improvements. [Kevin Eshbach]GravatarGravatar Scott Stone2012-09-0535-0/+1547
Made some modifications to the jedutil tool to allow the viewing of simple combinatorial jeds (adding support for registered and gals in the future) by taking a jed file and printing out human-readable equations. Changed the command line options of the jedutil tool to know take an initial argument to specify what the tool should do. For example to convert a jed to bin the command is now: jedutil –convert <source.jed> <dest.bin> jedutil –convert <source.bin> <dest.jed> To view a jed file with human-readable equations the command is jedutil –view <source.jed> <pal type> Added a simple regression test for the tool that just verifies that the currently known pals have the row and column fuse location mapped correctly and at the moment this tool runs under windows only. Under the directory src/regtests/jedutil there is a Windows Script File with the name jedtest.wsf that if run from the command line with the command “cscript jedtest.wsf” will verify that a dump of the jeds in src/regtests/jedutil/jeds matches the good dumps in src/regtests/jedutil/baseline. Reference jed files created using the tool eqn2jed which is included with Opal Jr and these files are in src/regtests/jedutil/eqns.