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'Programming a 17C43'
1999\10\20@111818 by Martin McCormick

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My thanks to Jim Robertson who clarified that it is not possible to
use an upgraded Picstart 16b1 to program a 17C43.  For several
reasons, I can not use the Windows-based development tools for the
Picstart+ so that leaves me with one last question.  Is it possible to
build a dedicated programmer for the 17C43?  I had such a nice idea
for a project which would have used the PWM outputs and the A/D
converter for an audio device, but it looks like Murphy is alive and
well today.

       It would be so great if one wasn't forced to use Windows in
order to operate the Picstart+.  I know in my heart that there is no
valid technical reason for this, only artificial ones.

Martin McCormick WB5AGZ  Stillwater, OK
OSU Center for Computing and Information Services Data Communications Group

1999\10\20@122353 by Dwayne Reid

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>My thanks to Jim Robertson who clarified that it is not possible to
>use an upgraded Picstart 16b1 to program a 17C43.

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>        It would be so great if one wasn't forced to use Windows in
>order to operate the Picstart+.  I know in my heart that there is no
>valid technical reason for this, only artificial ones.

Martin - please talk to Jim Robertson again.  I believe that he has an
upgrade for the Picstart+ that allows it to work with his DOS based
programming software.  Ask him about 4LAB for the picstart+.

dwayne


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1999\10\20@125856 by Martin McCormick

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       This sounds very good.  I was not aware of this at all.  Sorry
for the ranting, especially since the list has really gotten much
better.

Dwayne Reid writes:
>Martin - please talk to Jim Robertson again.  I believe that he has an
>upgrade for the Picstart+ that allows it to work with his DOS based
>programming software.  Ask him about 4LAB for the picstart+.

1999\10\20@185026 by Mark Willis

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The other thing is that there are probably a number of people on the
list who'll program a 17C43 for you, ship them the chip & a return
package and optionally some "beer money" if you want to, and they'll zap
the chip when they get to it & mail it back to you.  I've done that a
few times, gets people unstuck (and have had to borrow someone else's
help in the same way, myself, in the past.  Richard and I met that way
<G>)  I think all of us know what being stuck for lack of THE tool you
need, feels like, and detest it <G>

 Mark

Martin McCormick wrote:
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>         This sounds very good.  I was not aware of this at all.  Sorry
> for the ranting, especially since the list has really gotten much
> better.
>
> Dwayne Reid writes:
> >Martin - please talk to Jim Robertson again.  I believe that he has an
> >upgrade for the Picstart+ that allows it to work with his DOS based
> >programming software.  Ask him about 4LAB for the picstart+.

1999\10\21@044142 by Dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,

obviously another people - like me - have the same simpathy / antipathy as
you. There is a program collection named 'picp04.tgz' which should be a
command line driver or Picstart+. This software is planned for Linux, but
I believe it could be implemented easily for DOS also (I intend it). It
requires the 2.0.1 version of the Picstart+ firmware which is available at
Microchip. If you are interested, I can send the stuff in private mail
(sorry, not tested yet - no time).

Regards,
Imre


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