GNU/Linux Microcontroller Programming???

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GNU/Linux Microcontroller Programming???

Postby Guest » 2005-12-29 23:55

Hi
I was wondering if anyone knows of any microcontrollers that have decent support in linux - totally open source if possible... I would love to use emacs, gcc, etc to program something along the lines of a PIC18F452...

Thanks!
Ken
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Postby Mike J » 2006-01-15 22:21

Ken, have you ever seen these?

http://sourceforge.net/projects/gputils

http://sourceforge.net/projects/gpsim

gputils contains a compiler, assembler and linker for Microchip PIC microcontrollers and gpsim is a GNU PIC Simulator. Both are GPL licensed. We use them in our final design project for EE at the University of Alberta. I have found these manuals to be quite useful:

http://www.ece.ualberta.ca/~ee401/resou ... putils.pdf

http://www.ece.ualberta.ca/~ee401/resou ... /gpsim.pdf

Hope that's helpful,
Mike
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8051 Microcontroller and SDCC - Gnu GPL C Compiler

Postby sci-3d » 2006-08-24 06:55

Hi,

I just started learning C Programming with 8051.
I use P89V51RD2 from Philips.
And I program with SDCC - Gnu GPL (opensource) C Compiler (homepage).
It also supports Microchip PIC16 and PIC18 series.
Primary targets supported platform are Linux and Windows.

If you are interested in, please visit my homepage:

http://mcu-programming.blogspot.com/index.html

P.S. I have free source code for download.
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Postby peterrus » 2006-09-08 12:15

i use the 16f628a for example and would also like to know if i can do something with it on linux, i already have a python script (xwisp) to program my pic's but i dont know if there are any good compilers and stuff for this picmicro, and others. right now i can only program in picbasic, but thats really closed source so i would like to learn new programming languages, no assembly though, and C isnt for the 16x series
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