whitequark changed the topic of #glasgow to: digital interface explorer · code https://github.com/GlasgowEmbedded/glasgow · logs https://libera.irclog.whitequark.org/glasgow · discord https://1bitsquared.com/pages/chat · production https://www.crowdsupply.com/1bitsquared/glasgow (FUNDED)
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<d1b2> <Sunset> hello hello
<d1b2> <Sunset> So how much fun is the Glasgow CLI? I love messing about with CLIs. Are there any good screenshots I can see ? (I don't have a Glasgow myself yet)
<d1b2> <Sunset> :vibin: :earlyage:
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<d1b2> <Attie> @Sunset - anything in particular you want to see? ... can you define "fun"?
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<d1b2> <Sunset> Just a screenshot of what the CLI looks like, what kinds of commands it has available in the stock firmware
<d1b2> <Sunset> I want to compare it with the JTAGulator and BusPirate
<d1b2> <Sunset> and all I could find online is that it does have a CLI of some kind according to the crowdsupply page, but no information about how much capability it comes with
<ebb> I think your best impression will come from installing the CLI for yourself and running a bunch of commands with --help
<ebb> That doesn't require hardware
<d1b2> <Sunset> oh really? I don't need to run it in an emulator for the chip or anything?
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<ebb> Yep :)
<ebb> Because the CLI runs on Python rather than on-board
<ebb> Once you run a command, the Glasgow is just-in-time programmed for the task at hand, roughly speaking
<d1b2> <Sunset> I tried to run it, but, I couldn't get setup.py to work even running a cmd window as admin (on windows 10). So I couldn't install the stuff. Oh well
<d1b2> <Sunset> it kept giving me permissions errors, despite running as admin 🤷‍♂️
<d1b2> <esden> I wrote this guide not so long ago for Ubuntu setup. Might be helpful: https://gist.github.com/esden/cc41b722e7a00e2a05e91740be903ba1
<d1b2> <esden> (sigh at windows... I can't help there)
<d1b2> <icb> WSL is probably the most likely to work, though I've never attached USB devices to it (it's supposed to be possible)
<d1b2> <novakov> just did with Python 3.10 (does not work with 3.11 but to some missing name in asyncio) on Windows, git clone https://github.com/GlasgowEmbedded/glasgow.git pip install glasgow/software and after a while glasgow.exe --help output help screen 🙂
<d1b2> <esden> Python 3.11 is known to not work: https://github.com/GlasgowEmbedded/glasgow/issues/297
<d1b2> <esden> I will add that note to the installation guide above.
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<whitequark> windows should work well with yowasp, I'll integrate it seamlessly once I actually get healthcare from NHS
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