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I'm working on such a thing for the SourceBoost PicPack library...coming very soon. :-)

 

cheers

Ian.

 

How much does it cost or is it free B) ?

 

Regards

Raghunathan.

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I'm working on such a thing for the SourceBoost PicPack library...coming very soon. :-)

 

cheers

Ian.

 

How much does it cost or is it free B) ?

 

Regards

Raghunathan.

 

Have a look at Embedded Adventures - it's freeer than your average free thing.

 

cheers

Ian.

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Ian do you need help? Even if it is just testing etc...

 

I have been fighting with the MCHPFSUSB C18 USB code for a while. Would really like to get CDC part working for my projects.

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Ian do you need help? Even if it is just testing etc...

 

I have been fighting with the MCHPFSUSB C18 USB code for a while. Would really like to get CDC part working for my projects.

 

Sweet! I'd love some help. I've just got the CDC class working - and seeing a character pop up on screamer that you've typed on another computer in a terminal connected via usb is very exciting. There's a few bits that need work, so if I can package it up for you later today, just drop me an email on imharris at gmail.com for where to send it to you.

 

cheers

Ian.

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just drop me an email

 

I have done so. I also included the schematic of the USB Test Board I have build.

 

RSABear

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I've made available the first release candidate for the new version of the PicPack library for the SourceBoost compiler. It has native, non-Microchip stack support for USB pics, including examples of a mouse and a USB serial port. These are based on the 18f4550, and I've been using the TechToys prototype board.

 

It needs some tidying up, documenting and no doubt, bug fixes, but I wanted to make it available to the adventurous to have a play with and give me some feedback - much appreciated guys. Final version will be out shortly, along with USB tutorials, etc.

 

Enjoy.

 

http://embeddedadventures.blogspot.com

 

PS - Thanks RSABear, will get back to you today.

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Thank you for doing this. I've looked around the internet and bought a copy of USB Complete, but I still haven't successfully created a USB device. Any library to do it is appreciated. Now, there'll be one for my favorite compiler. I'm excited to leave work today and try it out.

 

- Bill

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