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Simulating/Compiling/Programming under Linux (and possibly Mac)

Just got the development board to work with a bunch of open source packages under Linux.No, I don't mean emulating MPLab or using Virtualization.Simulation, compilation (even C) and programming are…Continue

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Fadime Bekmambetova commented on Sebastian Kosch's blog post RTC + PIC18 = <3
"Thank you!"
Feb 20, 2014
Sebastian Kosch asks: PIC18F4620: How to use Timers 1 and 3?

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Mar 4, 2011
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RTC + PIC18 = <3

Here's my RTC sample code, ported for PIC18F4620. I added SSPIF support but disabled the interrupts and changed quite a bit of code in the basic I2C low-layer macros, including some #v()-literals to save space.I wrote it in emacs, and have no clue how to use MPLAB. Sorry :)Also note that it's relocatable code and full of my own debugging lines. You may have to play around with it to get it to work with your code. But it does definitely work the way it is now. Cheers, Seb i2c_common.asm#include…See More
Feb 19, 2011
Yifan Wang commented on Sebastian Kosch's blog post PIC Assembly Macros
"you can also put this link up at the Idea storm section"
Jan 13, 2011
Yifan Wang commented on Sebastian Kosch's blog post PIC Assembly Macros
"very nice, makes the coding a lot easier by using these macros"
Jan 13, 2011
Sebastian Kosch asks: How liberally can we use sample code and code generators for our PICs? Is formal citation of some sort required? Will anyone check for "originality" of our code?

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Jan 12, 2011
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Jan 11, 2011
Sebastian Kosch posted a discussion

Simulating/Compiling/Programming under Linux (and possibly Mac)

Just got the development board to work with a bunch of open source packages under Linux.No, I don't mean emulating MPLab or using Virtualization.Simulation, compilation (even C) and programming are all no problem. If you have a Mac, this may be a solution for you too. (Disclaimer: I have no clue about Macs.)I'm too lazy to write down all the steps here, but if anyone is interested, shoot me an email and I'll try to help you out :) SebastianSee More
Jan 11, 2011

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RTC + PIC18 = <3

Here's my RTC sample code, ported for PIC18F4620. I added SSPIF support but disabled the interrupts and changed quite a bit of code in the basic I2C low-layer macros, including some #v()-literals to save space.

I wrote it in emacs, and have no clue how to use MPLAB. Sorry :)

Also note that it's relocatable code and full of my own debugging lines. You may have to play around with it to get it to work with your code. But it does definitely work the way it is…

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