'DOS software for AN589 programmer ?'
I am using an AN589 Programmer with the PIP02
Now i am locking for an programmer Software wich
DOS command line interface. Is there such a program,
maybe with Sourcecode?
My intention is to use the programmer from within the
CCS C Compiler IDE. I want to set the parallel port lines
after programming to a state, releasing the reset line,
so the program runs with the ISP cabel connected to the
Great Thanx !
PS.: I sent this question to the List a Week ago, but
got no respond, so here my second mail. If you got this
mail twice, please sorry ...
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Stefan Ranguelov asked:
> Now i am locking for an programmer Software wich
> DOS command line interface. Is there such a program,
> maybe with Sourcecode?
It is relatively straightforward to make my own software work with the
AN589 hardware. In fact, PICLIST contributor Mal Goris told me he had
done just that. He may be persuaded to supply his source - are you
Hiroaki Kobayashi has taken the C fragment presented in Application
Note 589 and filled it out into a full program. You can find the
I've only had a quick look at this but one quirk is that it only
loads the old INHX16 style hex files. Anyway, the source is there
so you can fix that or not as you please.
FWIW, A friend of mine and I will be writing our own programming code for the
YAPP serial port programmer. Our target platform is OS/2, but we will be
making the source code as platform neutral as possible. If anyone else is
interested we would be happy to share the source code when it is done.
I will post here to let everyone know if and when it becomes available.
I have chosen the YAPP because of the true RS232 serial port interface. This
makes it much more of a portable device between operating systems. Yes, I know
it is much slower to program a device over a 9600 baud RS232 port, but OTOH, I
won't have to write a device driver for OS/2 ;-)
On Wed, 25 Feb 1998 10:01:46 +0000, David Tait wrote:
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