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uC32 Board works as Uno32

Postby WingsOFlame » Fri Apr 17, 2015 11:22 am

Hello,

I have found the uC32 board from Digilent also works (as a Uno32).
I don't think the chips extended memory is working, maybe it can be added?

Firewing is the best thing I have found in a while! :)
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Re: uC32 Board works as Uno32

Postby Jerry Messina » Fri Apr 17, 2015 7:14 pm

I don't think the chips extended memory is working

What do you mean by "extended memory"?

Are you trying to compile for the PIC32MX340F512H, and if so, do you have a device file for it?
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Re: uC32 Board works as Uno32

Postby WingsOFlame » Fri Apr 17, 2015 10:35 pm

By "extended" memory I mean the uC32 has 512k flash and the Uno32 has 128k. The uC32 is like a Uno32+. :)

You are right, it would need a device file. Would that have to be written in PIC32 Assembly? I can handle Basic but have no experience with Assembly and have no idea even where to begin.
If the device file is a text file, I haven't even found the one for the Uno32 yet.
(The uC32 is still very usable as it is.)

Thank you for responding.
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Re: uC32 Board works as Uno32

Postby Jerry Messina » Sat Apr 18, 2015 10:35 am

To add support for devices other than the standard ones supported by Firewing you need to download some additional tools.

Pretty much everything you need is available/linked to on the XC32 Toolsuite wiki page (XC32, XC32 Toolsuite, include files, instructions, etc). There you'll find a zip file that has the device files for a number of pic32 chips. There's also a toolsuite generator for the DIY-inclined.


The 'Microchip 32' section of the forum under the Toolsuites catagory might have more info and be a better place to discuss this further.
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