OSHChip docs have bounded forward
For OSHChip CMSIS-DAP V1.0 SWD Programmer and more
Since my previously down-to-earth review of OSHChip documentation, I have been contacted by Philip Freiden, the originator, who has pointed me to the significant work that is now emerging at a great rate. In the last few weeks, much has happened and Github, Embed and Redbearlabs are now generating documentation that was completely missing when I took delivery of my chips a few weeks ago.
Philip also tells me that Arduino IDE support is in the pipeline - a welcome development.
Response from OSHchip | March 30, 2016
I'm glad I was able to show you that there is now an example program (trivial) that shows you how to get going with the mbed environment.
Just to clarify though, my family name is Freidin, the environment is mbed not Embed, and the stuff at Redbear labs is their own documentation, and while they only wrote it for their product, because OSHChip uses the same processor, their support of their product in the Arduino IDE, will be my starting point for OSHChip. Until then you can probably used theirs, and just make adjustments for different pin assignments.
Improving documentation, and providing examples is an on-going effort.
For others reading this review and reply, please also see the various repos at github.com/oshchip.