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Here are two posts to the GNUPIC list and I think the subject may be
interesting to some people in this list as well so I forward the posts
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From: John Steele Scott <t-tec.com.au> john
Date: Jan 27, 2006 7:10 AM
Subject: [gnupic] RE: GPSIM / dsPIC
Chen Xiao Fan wrote:
> I've got the patches and build script from the author of the Debian
> packages (John Steele Scott), I am able to built the Debian packages
> under Ubuntu 5.10 (need to install gcc-3.3 to avoid compiling errors).
> I've asked him to release the patches to the public.
No problem. The stuff required to make deb packages is attached to this
post. You need to fill in the "upstream" directory for each package before
you can build it.
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From: Xiaofan Chen <gmail.com> xiaofanc
Date: Jan 27, 2006 7:50 AM
Subject: Re: [gnupic] RE: GPSIM / dsPIC
On 1/27/06, John Steele Scott <t-tec.com.au> wrote: john
> No problem. The stuff required to make deb packages is attached to this
> post. You need to fill in the "upstream" directory for each package before
> you can build it.
Thanks a lot! I've tested this under Ubuntu 5.10 (I need to install gcc-3.3
since the default gcc-4.0 will fail). I think Ubuntu 5.04 or other later
Debian based version will be okay as well.
More detailed instruction:
1) For pic30-binutils-2.00 package, fill in the upstream directory
with the following GPLed ASM30 source tar ball from Microchip:
2) For pic30-gcc-2.00 package, fill in the upstream directory
with the following GPLed C30 source tar ball from Microchip:
3) For pic30-support-2.00 packages, it is no-src and non-free package
and it is not allowed to be redistributed without the permission from
Download the MPLAB C30 V2.00 student edition from the following link:
Install it under Wine. Copy the content of the whole installation to the
I think John forget to copy some of the include files for the standard libc.
You can copy the upstream C30 include directory to the
For Fedora Core 4 users, there are RPM packages (source
and binary) of dsPIC ASM30/C30 V2.0 here:
http://www.baycom.org/~tom/dspic/ (Thomas Sailer )
For other Linux users, I think it is not necessary to build the RPM or
Debian packages, just grab the patches and follow the Debian build
rules or the FC4 RPM spec file and run the tradional (patch, configure,
make and make install) will be okay as well. In fact, I've tested this
under Windows using Cygwin with Thomas Sailer's source RPM packages.
The RPM build script failed but the traditional approach still works.
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On 27 Jan 2006 at 12:53, Xiaofan Chen wrote:
> Here are two posts to the GNUPIC list and I think the subject may be
> interesting to some people in this list as well so I forward the posts
I'm not clear about what you end up with - something to run under
WINE, or a compiler that runs natively?
On 1/27/06, Bob Blick <sonic.net> wrote: bblick
> On 27 Jan 2006 at 12:53, Xiaofan Chen wrote:
> > Here are two posts to the GNUPIC list and I think the subject may be
> > interesting to some people in this list as well so I forward the posts
> > here.
> I'm not clear about what you end up with - something to run under
> WINE, or a compiler that runs natively?
This will give you a native Linux GCC based compiler for dsPIC and PIC24.
Compare to the Windows version or Wine, the pa (procedure aggregator??)
optimizer is missing. Other than that, everything is there. Anyway, the
major optimizing function will be disabled under Windows for the free
student version after 60 days.
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