The alternative is to make the DIP adapter yourself. I used enamelled copper wires (Gauge around 33) to connect a 10F206 in SOT-23 package to a machine pin 8-pin socket. Attached is a photograph of what I made. The other file shows the connections between the PIC and the socket. NOTE THAT THE PIC IN THE CENTRE OF THE SOCKET IS UPSIDE DOWN. Since you would need only one for the purpose of trying out your design and code, making a PCB is not necessary unless you plan to make and sell them.
Bala.Chandar at sanofi-aventis,c0m
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