PCAN-PassThru API Version History

2018-03-05 - Version 1.1.3

Improvements:

  • New versions of dependencies (PCAN-ISO-TP and PCAN-Basic)


2017-09-07 - Version 1.1.2

Bug fixes:

  • ISO-15765 user-defined mappings could not be found due to priority problems regarding 29-bit standard mappings


2017-05-11 - Version 1.1.1

Improvements:

  • The PassThruOpen function returns a more accurate error code when it fails to open a device

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed issue with J2534-2 options when connecting multiple times to different devices


2017-02-08 - Version 1.1.0

Improvements:

  • Added J2535-2 multiple channels support
  • ISO15765 enhancement: the self-receive mechanism was improved in order to avoid unnecessary delays between data when transmitting long messages

Bug fixes:

  • ISO15765 issue: a "SingleFrame" response was generating an RxStart indication
  • ISO15765 issue: the "TxDone" indication was containing more data as the addressing information
  • CAN MIXED issue: when CAN MIXED was ON, the receive queue contained message indication of CAN messages
  • CAN MIXED issue: when CAN MIXED was ON and if no flow control was defined/matched, message indication of single ISO-TP frame was retrieved as CAN protocol


2016-07-21 - Version 1.0.2

Improvements:

  • With ISO-TP protocol, TxDone message status now combines the following RxStatus bits: (TX_INDICATION | TX_MSG_TYPE_LOOPBACK)
  • Added automatic hardware reset when Bus-Off is detected

Bug fixes:

  • Timing issue corrected regarding the minimum separation time of packages of a ISO-15765 message
  • Fixed timestamp with function PassThruWriteMsgs (timestamps were in milliseconds instead of microseconds)
  • When sending ISO-TP single frames with no corresponding mapping, the loopback message still contained ISO-TP PDU information. The PDU is now removed, and the frame is padded if padding is activated


2016-04-22 - Version 1.0.1

Improvement: General code enhancements

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed deadlock when calling FreeLibrary on PCANPT32.dll
  • Fixed timing issue between packages when sending large messages, using the ISO-15765 protocol


2015-10-26 - Version 1.0.0

  • First Release

 

 

 

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