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LDmicro Forum - add a micro controller

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add a micro controller (by john)
how much money and where do i pay for adding a pic 16f1527?
tried github
no response tried posting here no response
Thu Apr 4 2019, 19:51:51
(no subject) (by Josť GILLES)
Hi John

It's not so simple to add a micro in ldmicro.
It isn't enough to describe the micro pins and peripherals.

To use it in "native mode", directly generating hex file, developpers must almost program in PIC assembler, manage memory etc.in ldmicro.

It could be possible to use you micro in "C mode", generating
a C file, which, linked with specific libraries, also gives you an hex file (all this without exiting ldmicro).

I may do it, since I have introduced and developped other existing libraries, but you must know that this way, resulting hex program is less compact.

So, you must let me know if you intend to make a huge ld program, which peripherals you intend to use...

I would be more simple for you to use an existing big micro, such as ATMega2560 or STM32F4 (many ports and MSC like yours)

To be continued
Best regards
Fri Apr 5 2019, 04:10:27
Jose' (by John devito)
Not going to use any peripherals just inputs outputs
I would use atmrga but have no programmer or experience using

Looking in the to do done list says 16f1527 is done and tested
Fri Apr 5 2019, 11:25:38
(no subject) (by Josť GILLES)

This DONE list is Ihor's affair.

There's no implementation of this PIC16F1527 in ldmicro source files.

You must see this with Ihor, the main developper.
Sat Apr 6 2019, 04:41:28
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