I see that new booster pack Kentec QVGA S1 has been changed from 8-bit parallel interface to SPI interface. So I am attaching the driver for new interface (SPI Interface) and I hope that it will be helpful for others.
In reply to Amit Ashara:
In reply to Michael Winter75:
In reply to LouEEEE!:
I should certainly answer my own question here. Contained in the TivaWare 'complete' download are examples for the Kentec display. Build and run cleanly out-of-the-box on the EK-TM4C1294EXL. ( Apologies for the noob questions; am new to the TI ecosystem. )
Thanks to all who contributed to this!
( Would love to find the most current revision of the Workshop 10, which references the new spi interface for the Kentec )
LouEEEE!Would love to find the most current revision of the Workshop 10 ... references the new spi interface
Might that "love" first require the creation of such a revision? Neither firm nor I use this - yet I cannot recall any "hint or promise" of such a revision.
Thus - has anyone any awareness of such an update to poster's requested, "Workshop 10?" (employing the new SPI interface)
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