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tapa

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Hello,


I have to development some things with a PIC16F877, 16F870, etc ...

Sugestions about asembler, debuger, programer (using parport)


Thank you for your help

Tapa
 

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Í'm also working with PIC16F877. I've chosen PCW c-compiler from CCS (you can find it at filemanager). It's a very powerfull compiler and very simple to use. For debug, in afirst level i use Proteus (you can find it to at filemanager), it's an EDA that simulate real-time the PIC. I've obtein very good results with both of this tools. For a most acurate level you can use ICD(in circuit debugger) from Microchip (goto microchip website www.microchip.com and download the ICD board manual, there you'll find full schematic for ICD, at mplab directory, in your computer, you'll find the latest hexa code for programming the ICD pic). You can also use "Monitor", a simple program from a engineer at USA, but very usefull, see it at www.wsu.edu/~jackdoll/jmon/ .
There are some website with relative info about ICD thak a look at www.multimania.com/silicium31/Electronique/PIC/free_icd.htm and www.piclist.com/techref/piclist/freeicd/index.htm . I hope this post has some utility to you. Good look with your project.
 

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Hi Tapa,
- C compiler -> HT P~I~C~C or C~C~S
- Programer -> P.r.o.p.i.c.2 at h**p://www.propic2.com
- Simulator -> P.r.o.t.e.u.s



Hope helps,


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hi tapa,

iam also trying this pic16f877.can u make the isp programmer.if u sucessed pls give information

awaiting for ur call
 

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Utils

As neuralc said this are very good tools for PIC development for Win, but as this post is on Linux section i guess you refer to Linux tools, so ...

http://perso.wanadoo.fr/softelec/ <= Programmer for Linux&Win

Also you can take a look to Manwi Lianos`s programmer at:

http://morgoth.tlc.upv.es/~hecormar/pic18f/picprg18f.tar.bz2
http://morgoth.tlc.upv.es/~hecormar/pic18f/example.asm
-- If you or anyone try this, i would like to know what you think... PM me

Gputils <= Compiler, as somebody said above.

Simulator <= I don't know any... sorry if someone knows a simulator i would be interested.
You may find something interesting at...
http://www.gnu.org/directory/design/cad/

PCB - Designs printed circuit board layouts
http://www.gnu.org/directory/design/cad/pcb.html

Cheers!
 

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Hi all, how to feed Proteus with the .CDF file generated by the C compiler?

I tried to find something in the manual but I didn,t find anything, where is this documented?

Ciao.

A.
 

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Hi amtalan,
You can draw the schematic,right and left click on pic,respectively. Then from the program file section choose the path of the .HEX file created by the C compiler,quite simply!!!
Regards
 

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