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'4LAB, new, low cost MPLAB programmers.'
1999\01\07@155447 by lilel

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Jim Robertson Sez:

> I have posted a little info on my web page Re new MPLAB programmers
> and upgrade chips.
>
> These are 100% MPLAB compatible. They use the same protocol as
> the PICSTART PLUS and work with the latest version of MPLAB.


You Go, Jim!!!!


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1999\01\08@024700 by Dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,
is there a DOS-based driver also?
Imre

On Thu, 7 Jan 1999, Lawrence Lile wrote:

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1999\01\08@103519 by Jim Robertson

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At 08:37 8/01/99 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi,
>is there a DOS-based driver also?
>Imre

I have a dos base driver for my own TM4 protocol which is part of the
4LAB chip but I haven't yet ported my DOS software for the native
Picstart plus as yet.

I started it but decided to do other things instead.

Are you asking for this?

Requests always help to sway my priorities.

Jim


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1999\01\11@024540 by Dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,

On Sat, 9 Jan 1999, Jim Robertson wrote:

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I'm not sure. What I (and I think a lot of PIClisters here) need, it is
either a DOS-based programming software capable to drive the PICStart+, or
at least the description of the protocol how communicates MPLAB with
PICStart+. In the latter case I would write the software myself. The point
is, that I find PICStart+ useful, but I cannot be persuaded to use Windows
and associated software.
I do not know exactly at a moment what you have. If you had the
communication protocol, I'd be very grateful if it could be shared.

Imre

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'4LAB, new, low cost MPLAB programmers.'
1999\02\01@053504 by Marc
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> I have a dos base driver for my own TM4 protocol which is part of the
> 4LAB chip but I haven't yet ported my DOS software for the native
> Picstart plus as yet.
>
> I started it but decided to do other things instead.
>
> Are you asking for this?
>
> Requests always help to sway my priorities.

I have a PicStart+ and an HP200LX palmtop. I want to get those work
together since 2 years now. The HP200LX is an 80186 640k DOS compatible
with RS232C. The DOS version of MPASM runs on it and can assemble my
sources (not that I want to do development on the small LCD, but for
fixing bugs in the field it's ok).

So you may want to consider this mail as request :-)

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