SerialBoot now detects invalid device IDs (e.g. 0 or empty argument '-T')
SerialBoot now recognizes device IDs (T parameter) in various formats: 'raw', e.g. T123456 hexadecimal, e.g. T0x01020304 octal, e.g. T0o010203040506 binary, e.g. T0b0010100010101100010 decimal, e.g. -T0d123456
Major overhaul (to version 1.1.0):- The bootloader toolchain now works with 32 bit device IDs (DiWheelDrive 1.1 = 0x01000101; PowerManagement 1.1 = 0x01010101; LightRing 1.0 = 0x017F0100). However, the system is still compatible to the old numbering scheme and legacy IDs for compatibility reasons....
Incremented the year in all according files to 2018.
stm32flash submodule reverted to version 0.5 commit (newer commits contain bugs)
Moved stm32flash submodule from ./Host/stm32flash to ./Host/Source/stm32flash.
Added stm32flash as submodule.
README.txt overhauled.A setup script is now available.Overhault of the QuCreator IDE setup scrip.SerialBoot startup prompt was updated and enhanced.
Initial commit of AMiRo-BLT version 0.3. This is the first version released open source.
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