Tigard is an open source FT2232H-based, multi-protocol, multi-voltage tool for hardware hacking. By incorporating commonly used pin-outs, a labelled wiring harness, onboard level-shifting, and a logic analyzer connection, it is designed specifically for attaching to and communicating with low-speed interfaces on reverse-engineered hardware targets.
It pairs very well with the BitMagic Basic Logic Analyzer. You can connect the BitMagic to Tigard through the built in Logic Analyzer port on the Tigard.
In general, Tigard was designed to work as-is with several tools and libraries that already support the x232H family of chips. This includes:
Thanks to the drop-in compatibility with so many tools, there is no need for Tigard-specific tools to interface with any targets. If you do find the need to customize a tool or script using Tigard, it should work fine with any other FT2232H interface board.