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wyndcrosser wrote:Just to confirm. This would like me change the what the pins do, instead of having to re-wire correct?
It scrambles the file so whatever you program on the eprom matches the pinout you programmed on the program UI after programming the chip.
This would allow one to program a flash memory with scrambled pinout. You can't rearrange the pinout of a flash chip before programming as the programmer has to issue commands to the chip for the flashing to happen. Re-wiring would disrupt the flashing due to that.
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It can't swap control lines, nor can it swap address with data. But l_oliveira is right about what it does: it scrambles the data within the file to make routing easier once the memory is soldered down. (Here, "routing" can refer to traces on a new PCB, or it can refer to rewire jobs when using flash memory in a slot for a mask ROM on a donor PCB.)
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Download of version 1.2 in this thread works for me.
Version 1.0 (but not version 1.2) was also posted on RHDN