mesaflash using --readhmid (3.4.3)

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27 Jun 2022 18:01 - 27 Jun 2022 18:05 #246015 by Isleape
Hi, I just created a BIT file for my 7i93 having two 50 pin headers with 24 IOs each.
I flashed the Bit file to the board with no issues. Now I wanted to check if the IOs are configured right and pin assignment was ok using "mesaflash --device 7i93 --readhmid"

However it only reads back two D-SUB I/O-pin of 17 pins each - and not as expected - two I/O-pin of 24 each - in total - all 48 IO-pins.

Can this new feature (I believe its new) be switched off - or am I missing on something?
I just want the MESA-cards setup to be read out directly w/o a mapping to a DB25 as i'm not using on. Just to see all IO mappings/settings?

Under windows using hm2 on my other 7i80HD I recall it worked as expected (Not sure what win mesaflash version this is but quite a while back).

Any idea to "ignore" the device type? like --dbname1 "RAW" or so?

mesaflash (3.4.3) puts out this list... Stopping after 17 pins for each connector:

-- IO Connections for P2
DB25 pin#             I/O   Pri. func    Sec. func        Chan     Sec. Pin func   Sec. Pin Dir

1                      0   IOPort       QCount           0        Quad-A          (In)
14                      1   IOPort       QCount           0        Quad-B          (In)
2                      2   IOPort       QCount           0        Quad-IDX        (In)
15                      3   IOPort       None            
3                      4   IOPort       None            
16                      5   IOPort       StepGen          0        Dir/Table2      (Out)
4                      6   IOPort       StepGen          0        Step/Table1     (Out)
17                      7   IOPort       None            
5                      8   IOPort       QCount           1        Quad-A          (In)
6                      9   IOPort       QCount           1        Quad-B          (In)
7                     10   IOPort       QCount           1        Quad-IDX        (In)
8                     11   IOPort       None            
9                     12   IOPort       None            
10                     13   IOPort       StepGen          1        Dir/Table2      (Out)
11                     14   IOPort       StepGen          1        Step/Table1     (Out)
12                     15   IOPort       None            
13                     16   IOPort       QCount           2        Quad-A          (In)

IO Connections for P1
DB25 pin#             I/O   Pri. func    Sec. func        Chan     Sec. Pin func   Sec. Pin Dir

1                     17   IOPort       QCount           2        Quad-B          (In)
14                     18   IOPort       QCount           2        Quad-IDX        (In)
2                     19   IOPort       None            
15                     20   IOPort       None            
3                     21   IOPort       StepGen          2        Dir/Table2      (Out)
16                     22   IOPort       StepGen          2        Step/Table1     (Out)
4                     23   IOPort       None            
17                     24   IOPort       QCount           3        Quad-A          (In)
5                     25   IOPort       QCount           3        Quad-B          (In)
6                     26   IOPort       QCount           3        Quad-IDX        (In)
7                     27   IOPort       None            
8                     28   IOPort       None            
9                     29   IOPort       StepGen          3        Dir/Table2      (Out)
10                     30   IOPort       StepGen          3        Step/Table1     (Out)
11                     31   IOPort       None            
12                     32   IOPort       QCount           4        Quad-A          (In)
13                     33   IOPort       QCount           4        Quad-B          (In)

Pins 34 - 47 are missing...

Not a show stopper but looking like a flaw ... My work arround is to use --print-pd

Thanks for any help and all your great support.
Last edit: 27 Jun 2022 18:05 by Isleape.

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27 Jun 2022 21:43 #246024 by PCW
I'll take a look at the 7I93 support, sounds like something got broken

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27 Jun 2022 23:15 #246032 by PCW
I just tried this and cannot duplicate your error
Here's what I get:


 

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