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Subject: Re: ftdi_eeprom_build function produces faulty EEPROM image

From: Piotr Pawluczuk <piotrek@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: libftdi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: "Gerd v. Egidy" <gerd.von.egidy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2010 18:17:03 +0100
On 10-01-28 17:28, Gerd v. Egidy wrote:
so you are the guy who developed the Bus Pirate renaming tool, right?
Did you
publish the source somewhere? I did a short look but couldn't find it.

I was holding with source code release until I got some feedback. I
wanted to release it bug-free if possible. I have attached it with this

Thanks. Seems like you are already using the libusb-1.0 version done by Jie.
Wow. Is there some special reason behind or did you just want to try it out?
I have had libusb 1.0.x installed already, and since they encourage developers to port to the 1.0.x release I decided to try libftdi-1.0. No problems with this branch.

Don't know about package management on Mac because I have never used any. But
wouldn't it be more easy to create a package for libftdi instead of copying
the source into every project?
There are two reasons I have embedded it in the project. First is that I had to modify it and I didn't want to distribute modified library. And the other is Mac users generally don't like messing with their file system, some are completely unaware of things like libraries and it's always nice to have an application that works out of the box.

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