DanB wrote:jonathan wrote:They are now obsolete.
But still suitable for people that wish to use libflash; The XK-1A uses a revised flash device that requires the user to write their own configuration file if they wish to use libflash. Taken from XK-1 Development Kit Update document, available here:
https://www.xmos.com/download/public/XK ... -10%29.pdf1.2 Revised flash device
The Atmel AT25DF041A-FLASH device on the XK-1 has been replaced with a Winbond
W25X10BVSNIG chip on the XK-1A. Both devices are supported in XFLASH, but
only the Atmel AT25DF041A-FLASH device is supported in libflash. To support the
Winbond device in libflash you need to write your own configuration file—see the
Tools User Guide for further instructions.
So, make your choice... Would you rather spend your time wishing hopelessly to use to the XScope [XK-1] or writing configuration files [XK-1A]? Heh.
Just wanted to let you all know that we've produced an SPI spec file for the Winbond part for those wishing to use libflash to perform field-upgrades. We'll be making this file available within the next few days on the XMOS website, and it will be included natively in the next tools release. I'll follow up with a link here in due course.