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'[PIC] WARP13 pic programmer LAST version made?'
2008\02\22@090843 by Pat O'Toole

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Hello.
Now that newfoundland electronics is gone...[has been gone]

I was just wondering if anyone knows what the LAST build of the software was?

Im running Bluepole 1.6J and a bin of 1.09.09(o)

If there is a more recent version out there (or if anyone knows how to add new devices)
I'd love to hear from you.

I only use this device for new blank ic's now...I load my custom bootloader..
then I can program it with just a rs-232 link---so hopefully my warp will last a long time!

Pat [spam_OUTpatTakeThisOuTspampatotoole.net]

2008\02\22@092445 by Bob Axtell

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Pat O'Toole wrote:
> Hello.
> Now that newfoundland electronics is gone...[has been gone]
>
> I was just wondering if anyone knows what the LAST build of the software was?
>
> Im running Bluepole 1.6J and a bin of 1.09.09(o)
>
> If there is a more recent version out there (or if anyone knows how to add new devices)
> I'd love to hear from you.
>
> I only use this device for new blank ic's now...I load my custom bootloader..
> then I can program it with just a rs-232 link---so hopefully my warp will last a long time!
>
> Pat [.....patKILLspamspam@spam@patotoole.net]
>  
My understanding is that Jim is now assisting DIY electronics. Go to the
Kitsrus Website and send an email to Jim and you
will probably get him. My understanding is that he still provides support.

--Bob

2008\02\26@160426 by ru12

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Bob Axtell wrote:
>
> My understanding is that Jim is now assisting DIY electronics. Go to the
> Kitsrus Website and send an email to Jim and you
> will probably get him. My understanding is that he still provides support.
> --Bob
>

I think you will find he no longer provides this support Bob:
http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/post/diykit/vpost?id=2511048

And I don't know the story on this one. didn't have my ears on :-)

Cheers Don...
http://www.dontronics-shop.com
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2008\02\26@173506 by Bob Axtell

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ru12 wrote:
> Bob Axtell wrote:
>  
>> My understanding is that Jim is now assisting DIY electronics. Go to the
>> Kitsrus Website and send an email to Jim and you
>> will probably get him. My understanding is that he still provides support.
>> --Bob
>>
>>    
>
> I think you will find he no longer provides this support Bob:
> http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/post/diykit/vpost?id=2511048
>
> And I don't know the story on this one. didn't have my ears on :-)
>
> Cheers Don...
> http://www.dontronics-shop.com
>  
I apologize. I thought he was helping them.

Jim had been on the PICList about a year ago, and was responding to Q's
about newfoundland
programmers at that time. He seemed to be willing to assist then.

Perhaps he has dropped out of electronics. I can't say that I blame him...

--Bob A

2008\02\26@184036 by ru12

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Bob Axtell wrote:
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> I apologize. I thought he was helping them.
> Jim had been on the PICList about a year ago, and was responding to Q's
> about newfoundland
> programmers at that time. He seemed to be willing to assist then.
> Perhaps he has dropped out of electronics. I can't say that I blame him...
> --Bob A
>

He was helping DIY Electronics up until recently Bob.
I put them in touch with each other after you had moved on.

In the warp-3 to warp-13 days, we were on the phone to each other every 2 or
3 days, as he was 40 miles away, but I haven't heard from him for about 18
months. His web site vanished, then I saw Frank (Ozitronics) say that Jim
was no longer supporting DIY.

Tony Nixon, who started the whole DIY USB PIC programming saga, got right
out, and I believe is still a flying instructor. He even sold his PC. Now
that's what I call dropping out of electronics. Many piclisters will
remember Tony. He had a heap of hardware and software products, and gave
great support to the list.

Cheers Don...
http://www.dontronics-shop.com





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2008\02\26@185810 by Xiaofan Chen

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On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 10:08 PM, Pat O'Toole <patspamKILLspampatotoole.net> wrote:
> I only use this device for new blank ic's now...I load my custom bootloader..
> then I can program it with just a rs-232 link---so hopefully my warp will last a long time!

If you are willing to fork out US$35 for Microchip PICkit 2, you can put the
Warp 13 in the shelf. You do not need to worry about the firmware/software
updates. You also get top notch support from the developer himself.

PICkit 2 has become the most popular Microchip programmer
judging from the thread in Microchip forum.
http://forum.microchip.com/tt.aspx?forumid=15

Xiaofan

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