yes I did: it said so right in the sample. In the meantime, I think I read somewhere that this particular board
is old and had some issues. Apparently, you had to add a pull-up resistor 47 (kOhm) to the RDX pin.
I didn't do that yet because I haven't been able to confirm.
I haven't looked at your latest version, but I tested the release build version 2, and it works!!! The 15ms sleeps don't seem to matter. Pics below.
So at this point we have several variations open related to sleep times and methods used to change DTR and RTS. I would suggest that you just pick what options seem best to you and let me confirm one last time that they works, and we can publish. 🙂 One issue that comes to mind concerning which choices to make is that if one option might be usable in any future Linux or Mac version, that might be the best one. The other consideration is that the fewer changes to TI's code, the more confidence others will have in the outcome. So, for example, if this latest version leaves TI's original TestReset.h unchanged, that might be best even if it isn't very elegant.
I can't thank you enough for jumping into this. I'm very pleased that this BSL option now exists.
Edit: I just tested Release V3, and it works too. So let's just go with that one. What do you want to call it? How about BSL-Scripter340B.exe?
Hi Chris, could you please help fix your RocketBadge programming page or point us to an alternate? I'm with Texas Instruments and I've provided hundreds of these to students to learn how to solder, but they say the site to program them (https://43oh.com/Badge) no longer works. Thanks! Jason, University Marketing Manager