avrdude - understanding bitbang_cmd() output

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Can someone provide some insight as to what the bitbang_cmd() output is doing? I am attempting to better understand what is happening during the writing process but have not been able to follow this data.

 

For example:

 

bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 5B 61 ] [ 97 40 00 5B ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 5B F3 ] [ 61 48 00 5B ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 5C 0E ] [ F3 40 00 5C ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 5C 94 ] [ 0E 48 00 5C ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 5D 00 ] [ 94 40 00 5D ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 5D 00 ] [ 00 48 00 5D ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 5E E9 ] [ 00 40 00 5E ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 5E CF ] [ E9 48 00 5E ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 5F EE ] [ CF 40 00 5F ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 5F 0F ] [ EE 48 00 5F ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 60 FF ] [ 0F 40 00 60 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 60 1F ] [ FF 48 00 60 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 61 88 ] [ 1F 40 00 61 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 61 1F ] [ 88 48 00 61 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 62 8B ] [ 1F 40 00 62 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 62 BF ] [ 8B 48 00 62 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 63 07 ] [ BF 40 00 63 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 63 90 ] [ 07 48 00 63 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 64 F6 ] [ 90 40 00 64 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 64 91 ] [ F6 48 00 64 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 65 E0 ] [ 91 40 00 65 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 65 2D ] [ E0 48 00 65 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 66 19 ] [ 2D 40 00 66 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 66 94 ] [ 19 48 00 66 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 67 00 ] [ 94 40 00 67 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 40 00 68 FF ] [ 00 40 00 68 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 48 00 68 CF ] [ FF 48 00 68 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 4D 00 00 00 ] [ CF 4D 00 00 ]
bitbang_cmd(): [ 4C 02 80 00 ] [ 00 4C 02 80 ]

 

I am just looking for an explanation or a reference to an explanation for this output in avrdude.

 

Thanks,

 

Mike