This fix adds PIDs 9801 and 9802 to the pybcdc.inf file.
When in CDC only mode, it presents itself as a Communcations
device rather than as a composite device. Presenting as a
composite device with only the CDC interface seems to confuse
To test and make sure that the correct pybcdc.inf was being used,
I used USBDeview from http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html
to uninstall any old pyboard drivers (Use Control-F and search
for pyboard). I found running USBDeview as administrator worked best.
Installing the driver in CDC+MSC mode first is recommended (since the
pybcdc.inf file in on the internal flash drive). Then when you switch
modes everything seems to work properly.
I used https://github.com/dhylands/upy-examples/blob/master/boot_switch.py
to easily switch the pyboard between the various USB modes for testing.
Using Python's file open in 'r' mode opens it for text reading, which
converts all new lines to \n. Could use 'rb' binary mode, but then
don't have access to the string Template replacement functions. Thus,
force the output to have '\\r\\n' ending.
Also fix regex to match hex digits.