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'[PIC]: SIL language for PICs, is it still alive?'
Looking for the Free/OpenSource languages for PIC micros, I've found
the SIL language (http://www.kolumbus.fi/larsil/pcomp.htm).
It seems to me that it is not as mature as JAL written by Wouter van
Ooijen, but it is OpenSource (at least the Linux version:
http://www.kolumbus.fi/larsil/siltar.gz which is GPL'ed), so it should not
be difficult to make it a really good tool for new midrange PICs, if there
are enough people interested in it...
Unfortunately both compiler and the home page remain unchanged since
1998, and I don't if it still under active development.
Dear piclisters, if you have any experiences with SIL, I'd like to know if
it is worth of further development (eg. adding optimized support for multibank
BTW. Why SIL is not mentioned in the Compilers section of
http://www.gnupic.org even though it's GPL'ed?
TIA & Greetings
When buying any hardware, ask the dealer if it is Open Source friendly!!!
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ways. See http://www.piclist.com/#archives for details.
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