I had forgotten about those, they were written before my time and have not been kept up to date as the ChipWhisperer software evolved. They will not work with CW5; they may work with CW4, or you may have to go all the way back to CW3 (you can find all the old releases here: https://github.com/newaetech/chipwhisperer/releases)
Having said that, the principles remain the same, and if you’re familiar with glitching in CW5 (by following our up-to-date CW5 glitching tutorials), then it should be fairly straightforward to carry these over to CW5.
Finally, these tutorials show the mechanics of glitching the CW305 target; they do not show a complete fault attack on a hardware AES target. That remains a TODO which you are welcome to contribute .