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Options/Tools configuration for PICSTART PLUS

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iluminatio    0

Hi Everyone,

 

there's a way to configure PICANT to PROGRAM the pic using the Microchip Picstart Plus (MPLAB Inside programmer) ?

 

I'd like to put the line command at Options/Tools inside the Picant configuration.

 

Thanks,

 

Luiz Junior

Campinas/SP - Brazil

ICQ# 8393921

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Guest I've found it too, but not f   
Guest I've found it too, but not f

I've found this command line interface for linux, but i want it for windows too..

 

If someone nows anything about..

 

Tnks,

 

Luiz Junior

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Guest Pavel   
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I've found this command line interface for linux, but i want it for windows too.

Have you looked if it can be compiled to work under windows?

 

Regards,

Pavel

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I put a couple things together to port PicP to Win32 (using Cygwin)  about six months ago.  It works pretty well, and it's what I use for programming directly from the C2C IDE.  Wasn't that hard - Dean Ferreyra had already done most of the work for version 0.4, so all I did was make the patch work with 0.5c and change a few other things I thought needed adjustment.

 

Take a look at the second item down on  my software page...  The last link is a zip with the cygwin dll and a picp binary.

 

Nathan

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iluminatio    0

Ok,

 

thanks... it's seems that your software works, but...

how can i address my COM1 at Windows ME or XP?

 

The help says:

"To read from the device's program space, enter:

picp /dev/ttyS0 16f84 -rp"

 

How this command can be translated for Windows ME or XP?

 

Luiz Junior

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NDHolmes    0

I'm lazy, I didn't update the docs.  Theoretically /dev/ttyS0 should work, but that may only be if you have the full Cygwin install on your machine.  Just put com1 in instead of /dev/ttyS0 and everything should work.

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iluminatio    0

I'm still having some problems with PICP..

 

It seems to work , verifying the firmware version:

picp com1 16f628 -v

 

but when i try to write

picp com1 16f628 -ep -bp -wp test.hex

 

i get this error:

failed to sent set range command

 

How can i fix this?

 

Thanks... Luiz Junior

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AlexR    0

This thread is over 6 years old, the site you link too no longer exists so I'm not surprised that you can't download the software.

If you really want the software do a google search and see find a active site. Maybe they will also have a current version of the software.

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