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'[PIC] PIC development under Linux with Wine'
Chen Xiao Fan
|All in all, ICD2 support is the key here (even only the programming
part). That is why I look into LPLAB following Mark Rages'
recommendation. It is a great piece of software but still
have some problems to be solved.
C compiler support is another nice feature to have but may not
Of course, if Wisp628/EasyProg/others can support more chips (more
common flash parts including dsPICs, even though one can not
expect the support level of ICD2), then PIC development under
Linux will be a reality.
From: Byron A Jeff [cc.gatech.edu] byron
Sent: Wednesday, May 25, 2005 9:46 PM
To: Microcontroller discussion list - Public.
Subject: Re: [PIC] PIC development under Linux with Wine
But I ask the question again: what functionality does MPLAB have that
you cannot find in other tools. At a casual glance I would say ICD
debugging support and possibly dsPIC support in gpasm.
But the toolset is there.
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