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LDmicro Forum - PIC16F19196 possibly supported?

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PIC16F19196 possibly supported? (by AndreiAd)

I understand that the provided list in the manual contains the full group of tested uCs, but is it possible that a PIC from the newer generation of PIC16F with larger Program Memory Size, like PIC16F19196, would work with LDmicro generated files?
If buying the chip, in order to test it, is an issue, perhaps a "donations feature" could help the contributers of LDmicro.

At the same time, i understand that there is an intention to add the uCs from PIC18F family to the list, so maybe there is actual need to test bigger PIC16Fs.

Thank you,
Wed Mar 13 2019, 11:36:39
Correction (by AndreiAd)
Correction: "there is *no* need to test bigger PICs"
Wed Mar 13 2019, 11:37:47
(por AndreiAd) (by Calubert)
Usa los ATMegas2560 (256M) este tiene mucha mas memoria de programa que los pic y los puedes programar integra-mente con LDMicro y los arm32xx tienen (1GB a 2GB) de memoria de programa en este caso de los ARM se hacen con librerías de C++
Thu Mar 14 2019, 06:37:58
PIC16F19196 possibly supported? (by AndreiAd)
That really doesn't answer my question.
Mon Mar 18 2019, 11:05:41
(por AndreiAd) (by Calubert)
No entiendo entonces cual es su pregunta gracias y disculpa. Creo que hay ya micro-controladores en LDMICRO que tienen mucha mas memorias que las PIC, como diga en mi anterior respuesta.
y6o personal mente he usado con LDMICRO PIC, AVR y mis resultados an sido satisfactorios sin hacer ninguna modificación en mi escalera (solo cambiar los Nº de pin.
Mon Apr 1 2019, 04:12:58
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