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'[PIC]: C libraries'
2001\05\01@132752 by Marco Trapanese

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Hello!
I'm looking for C libraries for PIC (such as I2C, LCD, UART, delay, PWM, ADC and so on...)
I use also ATMEL uC and in its compiler are included a lot of libraries, but for PIC I don't find they.
I have MPLAB as compiler (or C2C++)

thanks
Marco Trapanese

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2001\05\02@083857 by Walter Banks

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> Hello!
> I'm looking for C libraries for PIC (such as I2C, LCD, UART,
> delay, PWM, ADC and so on...)

These libraries (including source) come with the MPC compiler.

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2001\05\02@084516 by Marco Trapanese

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> > Hello!
> > I'm looking for C libraries for PIC (such as I2C, LCD, UART,
> > delay, PWM, ADC and so on...)
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> These libraries (including source) come with the MPC compiler.

I don't understand...
Aren't there free libraries to develop C program ? Why doesn't Microchip
MPLAB provide them ???

bye,
Marco Trapanese

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2001\05\02@093455 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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Marco Trapanese wrote:

> I don't understand...
> Aren't there free libraries to develop C program ? Why doesn't Microchip
> MPLAB provide them ???

Yea, Why doesn't Microchip develop your code, debug it,
burn it into the PIC all for the price of buying on of the best price
micro controllers on the market!

Those rich Americans should be more generous.
As a good example, Italians GIVE away their best price cars, food and
clothes.

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2001\05\02@095233 by Marco Trapanese

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> Yea, Why doesn't Microchip develop your code, debug it,
> burn it into the PIC all for the price of buying on of the best price
> micro controllers on the market!
>
> Those rich Americans should be more generous.
> As a good example, Italians GIVE away their best price cars, food and
> clothes.

I don't agree with you!
ATMEL for example, or its partners, provides excellent
editor-compiler-debugger with all you need to develop software in a serius
"develop-enviromnent", including a lot of these libraries that I'm looking
for PIC.
Well, I don't say all should be free, but IMHO basic functions and common
routines should be directly integrated into compiler software. I think this.
If you don't agree... no problem, but under these aspects I prefer ATMEL
MCUs, of course!

Cheers,
Marco Trapanese


ps. another time: I'm sorry for my English!   :-)
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2001\05\02@134541 by Graham Harrison

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Marco

It seems this list is getting more angry than it needs to be. If people
don't like your question, why do they bother to reply? The fact is that
Microchip do not provide a free C compiler, so they don't supply routines
either. If you get a compiler (and HiTech supply a free one for the '84)
there are lots of sites from where you can download code.

Try Shane Tolmie's site for example at http://www.workingtex.com/htpic/ which not
only has vast amounts of code but good links too.

Good luck

Graham

P.S.  James, is this a site for mutual help and encouragement, or a place to
show off and vent xenophobic spleen?

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2001\05\02@142052 by jamesnewton

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There is also a C code library at piclist.com

P.S. The former not the later. Please keep complaints (and complaints about
complaints) off the public list and use private email or forward problems to
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2001\05\02@180630 by Olin Lathrop

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> I don't agree with you!
> ATMEL for example, or its partners, provides excellent
> editor-compiler-debugger with all you need to develop software in a serius
> "develop-enviromnent", including a lot of these libraries that I'm looking
> for PIC.

So go use Atmel and spare us the whining.  That fact that you're still here
proves that Microchip is somehow providing decent overall value.  How many
hundreds of thousands of PICs were you planning on buying anyway?  If you
were just going to buy a ten, there is no reason Micrcochip should care
about you.  If you were going to buy a large quantity, you'd be more
concerned about the unit price and not about whether you need to pay $500
for a compiler.

The support provided by Microchip is way ahead of the other microcontroller
manufacturers.  I think Microchip has made very good tradeoffs between what
development tools are provided for free and which they charge for.

By the way, I'm not sure what value somebody else's idea of IIC, UART, etc
routines would be anyway.  While I certainly reuse code between projects
heavily, I still often end up with customizations to suit different
projects' needs.  This isn't Windows where you can just install a COM port
driver.


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