An Open Source and cross-platform graphical utility for programming embedded chips
NtdIsp is engineered in such a way that is uses the native ISP protocol (sometimes referred to as ICSP (In-Circuit Serial Programming) or ICP (In-Circuit programming)) of the embedded devices to program them.
The software provides three different front-ends: a GTK+3 graphical interface for less geeky people, a GObject-based library for developers, as well as a command-line utility for computer geeks.
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What's New in This Release:
- The STM and LPC protocols should work without hassles on GNU/Linux.
- Testing on Windows is underway: any help (testing program behavior and with different hardware/software combination) would be appreciated.