|WP 34S - major changes!|
Message #1 Posted by Marcus von Cube, Germany on 17 July 2011, 3:59 p.m.
We've made some major changes to WP 34S recently which will likely break many functions:
- The first message you'll see is "Erased". If not, you should manually force a clear.
- The assembler is no longer compatible with the current set of op-codes. (Edit: Already fixed by Neil)
- The flash image has yet to be tested.
I've added the lost flash region again. The commands to save and restore user state have changed:
STOM nn will save the user settable mode settings in register nn. The register contents may be inspected in 64 bit integer mode but shouldn't be viewed in decimal mode since it's a pure binary value. Type STO, then MODE (the CPLX key), then the destination.
RCLM nn will restore these settings from a register. The user has the sole responsibility for the validity of the restored value! Type RCL, then MODE (the CPLX key), then the destination.
I'll stop for now, it is getting late here. If the software crashes, just go back to an older release...
Edit: command names have changed.
Edit again: Walter has won the internal command naming contest. ;-)
Edited: 19 July 2011, 5:37 p.m. after one or more responses were posted