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'[PIC] Anyone here using LPLAB and ICD2?'
2005\07\15@165931 by PicDude

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Thinking of picking up one of Sparkfun's ICD2 clones f/$53 and wondering how
good of a job it does with LPLAB.  Anyone have any experiences about this
they can share?

Cheers,
-Neil.


2005\07\15@170437 by Jan-Erik Soderholm

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What is LPLAB ?

Jan-Erik.



2005\07\15@173714 by Dave W Turner

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www.landamore.com/pic.html - Microchip PIC tools under Linux
Google is your friend.

On 7/15/05, Jan-Erik Soderholm <spam_OUTjan-erik.soderholmTakeThisOuTspamtelia.com> wrote:
> What is LPLAB ?
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> Jan-Erik.
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2005\07\15@180246 by Peter Onion

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On Fri, 2005-07-15 at 22:37 +0100, .....dave.w.turnerKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com wrote:
> http://www.landamore.com/pic.html - Microchip PIC tools under Linux
> Google is your friend.
>

"Download the current version now: lplab-0.4.tar.gz (156k, 05 Apr 2004)"

05 Apr 2004 is not a good sign :-(

Peter



2005\07\15@183903 by Nicolas

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check my alpha prorgam at http://piclab.sf.net (it's a fork of PikDev
with lplab integration).
Feedback welcome.

On 7/15/05, dave.w.turnerspamKILLspamgmail.com <.....dave.w.turnerKILLspamspam.....gmail.com> wrote:
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2005\07\16@170632 by Peter

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On Fri, 15 Jul 2005, Peter Onion wrote:

> On Fri, 2005-07-15 at 22:37 +0100, dave.w.turnerspamspam_OUTgmail.com wrote:
>> http://www.landamore.com/pic.html - Microchip PIC tools under Linux
>> Google is your friend.
>>
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> "Download the current version now: lplab-0.4.tar.gz (156k, 05 Apr 2004)"
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> 05 Apr 2004 is not a good sign :-(

But it is much better than 01 Apr 2004 imho. I use some software that
bears 198x dates and there are no problems.

Peter

2005\07\17@204119 by Chen Xiao Fan

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That is great. It is working under Ubuntu. Do you have a programmer
only command line version for ICD2?

What is the difference between your version and the original
version in terms of ICD2 support? Do we still need to revert
back to 6.43 firmware in order to use it?

Attached please find my testing results of LPLAB back in May.

Regards,
Xiaofan


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2005\07\18@122757 by Nicolas

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On 7/17/05, Chen Xiao Fan <@spam@xiaofanKILLspamspamsg.pepperl-fuchs.com> wrote:
> That is great. It is working under Ubuntu. Do you have a programmer
> only command line version for ICD2?

not yet

> What is the difference between your version and the original
> version in terms of ICD2 support?

should be very similar. I had some freeze with lplab for "high speed"
writing so it is writing at lower speed (could be quite slow since all
the memory is programmed at the moment). I cannot find a way to
disable FIFO on the serial port under linux and I am not sure it is
the problem.

also you should be able to read/write the eeprom memory.

> Do we still need to revert back to 6.43 firmware in order to use it?

I removed the check for firmware revision for the moment.

This is really a preview version... but feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Nicolas

2005\07\25@153909 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Thinking of picking up one of Sparkfun's ICD2 clones f/$53

Nitpicking: they are not realy Sparkfun's, he re-sells the Olimex
products. So do I, and a bunch of others.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2005\07\25@235114 by Chen Xiao Fan

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Judging from the code, it is cross platform and the only
platform code is the serial communication program serial.c.

It is a pity that there are very few comments. If not,
this may be quite a good learning example for me.

Regards,
Xiaofan

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