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« on: January 25, 2015, 10:37:52 22:37 »

I got tired of waiting for new avrdude binaries (windows) since there where some key bugs
with fuses (unused fuses verified as error)
and now the ability to specific bit rate in MHz or kHz, unlike before where you had to figure out the bit period
(I never could)

 - The -B option can be suffixed with "Hz", "kHz", or "MHz", in
      order to specify a bitclock frequency rather than period.

SWEET for new chips that clocked at 1mhz and need rate of like 250hz


so I figured out how to build the .exe myself, from a fresh SVN pull (today 1/25/2015)

now this is built without the FTDILIB so my guess the ftdi bitbang programmers wont work
[FT245R/FT232R Synchronous BitBangMode Programmer]
(I only used usbasp and Atmel's AVRISP-MKII)
and I didn't want to have to deal with the FTDILIB dependencies and having to be present
and who is using them anyway, when usbasp's dirt cheap!


this is the highlights of changelog since march of 2014 (6.1 build)
Code:
* Major changes compared to the previous version:

    - The stk500v2 implementation now uses its own higher-level
      command implementation for byte-wide access, rather than the
      historic SPI_MULTI command where all the low-level ISP
      implementation had to be assembled manually inside AVRDUDE.  In
      addition to the traditional STK500, this implementation is also
      used by all the more modern Atmel tools (AVRISPmkII, JTAGICEmkII
      in ISP mode, STK600 in ISP mode).

    - The -B option can be suffixed with "Hz", "kHz", or "MHz", in
      order to specify a bitclock frequency rather than period.

    - Print part id after signature (patch #8440 )

    - buspirate: Also support "cpufreq" extended parameter
      in binary mode (patch #8504 )

    - The "-P net:" syntax (forwarding of serial data over TCP) is now
      also implemented for Win32 systems.

    - Allow for arbitrary serial baudrates under Linux (OSX and *BSD
      could already handle it).


  * New devices supported:
    - AT90PWM216 (bug #42310: New part description for AT90PWM216)
    - ATmega32M1 (patch #7694 Add support for the atmega32m1)

  * New programmers supported:
    - ftdi_syncbb
      + uncompatino, ttl232r (FTDI TTL232R-5V with ICSP adapter)
        (patch #8529 2 more ftdi_syncbb devices)

  * Bugfixes
    - bug #42337 avrdude.conf updates for UM232H/CM232H
    - bug #42056: double free or corruption triggered at exit
    - bug #42158: Linux GPIO - Source Typo
    - bug #42516 spelling-error-in-binary
    - patch #8419 fix ftdi_syncbb hang with libftdi 1
    - bug #43002 usbasp debug output typo
    - patch #8511 Fix reset on FT245R
    - bug #40142 Floating point exception on Ubuntu 10.04
    - bug #22248: Read efuse error (partial fix)
    - bug #42267: jtag3isp fails to read lock and fuse bytes directly
                  after changing lock byte
    - bug #41561: AVRDUDE 6.0.1/USBasp doesn't write first bytes of
                  flash page
    - bug #43078: AVRDUDE crashes after sucessfully reading/writing eeprom
    - bug #43137: Writing and reading incorrect pages when using jtagicemkI
    - bug #40870: config nitpick: ATtiny25/45/85 have 1 calibration byte not 2
    - bug #42908: no external reset at JTAGICE3
    - patch #8437: [PATCH] Serial-over-ethernet for Win32
    - patch #8380: adds 500k 1M 2M baud to ser_posix.c

  * Internals:
    - Removing exit calls from config parser
    - bug #42662 clang warnings under FreeBSD 10.x

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