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'[OT]: PIC 18c452 or 18Fxxx Linux programmer code'
2002\07\15@060812 by john

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Hello chaps,

I've been looking through the archives, but see no mention of a programmer
capable of programming he 18c/f xxx series controller.

The software i currently use is prog84 and this will be a major rewrite to
get it to work with both the 16f84 and the 18f452.

Any advice or code to share ?

oh, yes, it needs to run on linux

Regards

John Ward

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2002\07\15@095710 by Scott Dattalo

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On Mon, 15 Jul 2002, John Ward wrote:

> Hello chaps,
>
> I've been looking through the archives, but see no mention of a programmer
> capable of programming he 18c/f xxx series controller.
>
> The software i currently use is prog84 and this will be a major rewrite to
> get it to work with both the 16f84 and the 18f452.
>
> Any advice or code to share ?
>
> oh, yes, it needs to run on linux

John,

You may want to send this request to the GNUPIC mailing list too. See
http://www.gnupic.org/ .


Scott

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2002\07\15@100127 by john

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excellent, will do.

On Monday 15 July 2002 03:55 pm, you wrote:
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2002\07\15@112837 by Byron A Jeff

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On Mon, Jul 15, 2002 at 11:51:51AM +0200, John Ward wrote:
> Hello chaps,
>
> I've been looking through the archives, but see no mention of a programmer
> capable of programming he 18c/f xxx series controller.
>
> The software i currently use is prog84 and this will be a major rewrite to
> get it to work with both the 16f84 and the 18f452.

Absolutely. It's the same dilemma I'm in with my current versions of picprg
2.3d, augmented from Brian Lane's original 16F84 code in picprg 2.2

>
> Any advice or code to share ?

It's time to start attacking the problem. Truth be told it isn't going to be
that massive a conversion, especially for the 18F series chips as the vast
majority of the physical interfaces are the same and the programming is
self timed, just like every other Flash based PIC. It's going to require a
change in programming algorithm though.

>
> oh, yes, it needs to run on linux

Well it's on my list of things to do, but I cannot make any promises as to when
I'll get to it.

The first and foremost problem is getting parts. Digikey now has them in so
I plan to get a couple in the next month or so. I know that I'm going to
scratch my head trying to figure out auto detection for the 18F parts. I have
to figure out if doing a read of the part ID for the 18F parts has any
damaging effects to 16F parts.

But it's definitely on my list.

BAJ

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