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Re: [patch #9565] Patch for WiFi AVR Programmer, uPDI support for jtagmk
Re: [patch #9565] Patch for WiFi AVR Programmer, uPDI support for jtagmkII, and serial-over-network improvements
Thu, 2 Dec 2021 09:28:14 +0000
> On 21 Nov 2021, at 21:22, Joerg Wunsch <INVALID.NOREPLY@gnu.org> wrote:
> Follow-up Comment #3, patch #9565 (project avrdude):
> Short of that, maybe we should implement a kind of per-programmer notion of a
> short vs. long timeout (defaulting to 100 ms / 5 s) that is subsequently be
> used to toggle between both values. Then, the wavr programmer driver could
> establish a longer "short" timeout than those 100 ms.
> How does that sound?
That could be doable.
Assuming the current timeout is used for the new ’short’ timeout, can a default
for the ‘long’ timeout be added at a high enough level to avoid churning code
in the existing drivers?
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