A new serial console command has been added that allows software to place the calculator into bootloader mode via the serial port, which in turn will pave the way for a new updater that can preserve the calculator's memory and won't ask you to poke paperclips into the back of the machine.
Because of the increasing number of features going into these calculators we have had to drop support for early DM1x/DM1xL models based on the LPC1114 chip with a flash ROM of only 32kB. There simply isn't room in there for all of the features now.
There are a few cosmetic changes to the emulator's status screens and the calculator emits a reassuring beep when it boots after a reset.
Some improvements in the Nut CPU emulation layer driven by development of the DM41X have been backported to the DM41(L).
Bugs in the handling of a stopwatch countdown timer alarm have been fixed.
- DM10 V30: DM10_30.hex
- DM11 V30: DM11_30.hex
- DM12 V30: DM12_30.hex
- DM15 V30: DM15_30.hex
- DM15 M1B V30: DM15_M1B_30.hex
- DM15 M80 V30: DM15_M80_30.hex
- DM16 V30: DM16_30.hex
- DM41 V30: DM41_30.hex
Remember, folks, that a firmware update on a DM1x results in "Pr Error" on the display. This does not indicate a failure, it is normal behaviour!
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