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Fred is MPLAB - X free ?

 

@Fred

Is there a good way to send what I am doing and what I see happening when trying to program the eeprom. I have looked at the setting in the project properties and that does not fix the issue for me. I have tried talking to Microchip and didn't get much of an answer.

Iron

@ClintA

You too..

Blogger

Thanks Fred for the great class and have a nice afternoon!

Iron

@ClintA

MPLAB X 2.05 is current.

Blogger

@ewittinger

That is a function of the programmer. MPLAB X provides the same functionality as MPLAB as to the control of the programmer and the memory areas it affects. The EEPROM and other memory areas are controlled from the project's Properties menu selection.

Blogger

@Fred

Can  you tell me how many versions or (time wise) I am behind the newest release? I still have the MPLAB X Beta6.0 version.

Has there been many updates since then?

Iron

@ClintA

I don't think any code will be "stabilized" on product maturity. That's probably why Microchip archives the MLA packages. The advent of the XC compiler family, the PIC32MZ and Harmony are good indicators of where Microchip is going.

Blogger

@Fred,

I tried using MPLABX but was unable to duplicate some of the functionality from the MPLAB8.x I was wonderin if you might know how to not only compile/ build and load a program but also load the eeprom. The products I work on use the eeprom and it was not clear how to load everything at the same time for debugging or even release programing using MPLABX. Any insite would be welcome.

Thanks

Iron

@Fred

What was frusturating in the past was getting the programs written with graphics library v1.4 and then v1.52 coming along and then not long after that v1.60 and each time a new library zip folder was downloaded we had to hope and pray the project would still compile and there were many times it would not.

Can you speak on any of the library file compatibilities with the MPLAB X compiler?  Are the files remaining mostly unchanged due to the maturing of the products?

Thanks

Iron

Good class thanks Fred et al, gotta bail.

Iron

@ClintA

The MLAs have always changed from release to release.

I too have had to "move on" release wise.  However, I can't answer for Microchip on why this is so.

Blogger

@Fred.. and also is there a separate USB library that must be used in MPLAB X versus the version used in MPLAB v8.70.

We were disappointed previously with Microchips library file releases when the MPLAB versions had changed from lower versions.  Could not get PIC32 to compile using previous library files on new MPLAB versions, so we had to port everything to use there new libraries and eventually wrote our own.

Iron

@RFengineerUMR

Very similar.

Blogger

@ClintA

The graphics libs are not based on the versions of MPLAB as far as I know.

Blogger

@Fred

The MPLAB Code Configurator seems that it could really ease and expedite some code generation.  I have not checked CCS, but does CCS have a similar feature?

Thanks to Fred, Rob, Digi-key, & Design News.

@Fred is there a separate graphics library that must be used when migrating from MPLAB v8.70 to MPLAB X ?

 

Iron

Thanks!  Well done presentation.

Iron

Thanks Fred and Rob.

Iron

Thanks Fred, Rob, DigiKey !

Iron

Thanks everyone for attending. Join Fred tomorrow for the thrid part of this week's program on PIC MCUs

Blogger

Thank you all for attending today.

I hope you had a good time.

@Steph T

Have not had a chance to fire one of those up yet :-)

Blogger


@Fred : ever usedf the (new ?) PIC24FJ128GC010 before ?

In addition to Microchip's first 16-bit ADC and a 10 Msps 12-bit ADC, the PIC24FJ128GC010
integrates a DAC and dual op amps to simplify precision analog design. The on-chip LCD driver
provides the ability to drive displays with up to 472 segments for information-rich user
displays; whilst mTouchTM capacitive touch sensing adds advanced touch capabilities.

Iron

@StephT, yes, I have used them and find them very easy.  Be sure to purchase a water soluble flux pen. You have to turn your solder station to 800 º F

Gold

Have I missed anyone?

 

Blogger

@Fred

No problem; just thought I'd ask in case you did.  ;-)

Iron

@gbabecki

If I knew the answer, I could not tell you.

In this case, I'm safe as I really don't know :-)

Blogger

(raises hand) for Raspberry Pi discussion

Iron

No, I have not used any of Microchip's XC compiler.

My preferred language is Visual Basic.

Iron

@bitbanger55

No I don't..

Blogger

@fred45

The MCC only performs housekeeping chores.  It writes port I/O and peripheral code you would have to write anyway.

It has no effect on your application code.

Blogger

thanks fred, rob, digikey and ieee....

"'Today's C compilers have the abiliy to do a better job of memory management than most human programmers''

hmmmmm...... 

@Fred re: MPLAB Code Configurator

Fred, do you know off the top of your head if Microchip plans to extend the Configurator to other micro parts?  I can't find anything about "future" features on the Microchip site so it looks like it only works for a handful of PIC12 and PIC16 parts.  I have to confess I only read the site page and release notes, not the user guide.

Iron

@bitbanger55: Here are a couple of Forth options. I haven't used either, but I have to believe there are some limitations because of the limited stack in the PIC.

http://flashforth.sourceforge.net/

http://www.forthfreak.net/index.cgi?PicForth

Iron

@Rare-Tek

I use the PICkit3 every day. 

Blogger

@Jpd

That's a question for Rob.

If enough interest is generated, it could be a possibility.

Blogger

@78RPM :  Schmartboard : interesting ; have you used them a lot ?

 

Iron

@vlad

Depends on your application set.

C in the end generates assembler mnemonics.

Blogger

My preferred programming languages are C/C+ and Java.

@Rob Spiegel  : intreresting !  we just need to come back and check for new Qs & As, though...

 

 

Iron

@lepuckited

Yes.. Most all of them in some form or fashion.

Blogger

@dhajicek

Sorry about that.  I only have 30 minutes to preach the gospel of Microchip :-)

Blogger

@Alaskaman66

Http://www.edtp.com/cec/day2PicCode.zip

 

Blogger

Fred, Do you know if any one is using Forth on the PIC chip series ?

@Mark_Becker01

Today's C compilers have the abiliy to do a better job of memory management than most human programmers.

Blogger

@bvsmith1953

Baseline and Midrange parts use banks..

PIC32 uses virtual addressing and segmentation.

Blogger

@Fred question: Is the XC8 chip code configurator efficient for large programs with more than 1k lines?

Iron

@lepuckited, Here is a demo video of how easy it is to solder SMT components

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKahRk9-uB4&feature=youtu.be

Gold

@Mark Becker

Code is at the bottom of this page

Iron

Found the bonus code... Never mind...

Have meeting, got to go, see you Wed

Iron

Where is the "bonus code" ?

@Fred Eady

What debugger do you recomend?

Iron

Hi Fred.  Any future plans on doing something with the Raspberry Pi?  (or is it too limited?)

Iron

@lepuckited - many of the 8-bit parts are available in DIP as well as SMT packages. Not sure about the 16 or 32 bit parts though.

Iron

dhajicek: I find it really helps to go back over the lecture after it's archived; that way, you can just back up a little bit by clicking on the sound bar before the progress point and listen to Fred's comments as many times as you need to...

@lepuckited, If you are worried about soldering SMT, check out the breakouts offered by Schmartboard EZ series.  They are sold at Digi-Key or directly from Schmartboard.

Gold

Going to statr using 32MX

Iron

Where can we download the bonus code you mention Fred ?

 

Iron

I started using MPASM with the PIC16F84 in the early 00's

Iron

StephT, this window stays open. You should be able to continue exchanging notes for weeks or months.

Blogger

@StephT

Yes.. Yes.. Yes.. Yes..

I've used them for years..

Blogger

i have been using MPLAB IDE v8.91 (Assembly language)since the last three years.

Will the transition to C compiler be of any advantage apart from using the libraries?

 

Iron

@Fred  Do any of the PIC's come in DIP packages?

Iron

@Alaskaman66 I think Digikey also has the link to the microchip website download

http://www.microchip.com/pagehandler/en_us/family/mplabx/

Iron

Fred, I would appreciate it if you would slow down just a bit.  There isn't time to think about what you are saying, without losing the next thing.

Iron

Fred, you mentioned downloading code that wouldn't "fit" in the PP presentation. Where do I do that?

I have used MPLAB before but not MPLAB X

I will get it from the website.

Iron

@Alaskaman66

ALL C yesterday..

Blogger

Thanks Fred and Rob.

Iron

@Alaskaman66 - yes, direct from Microchip website

Iron

@Rob Spiegel  :  thanks for the answer ; from yesterday's chatting, we were also looking
  for something more long term ; if we want to continue exchanging next weeks, what can we do ?

Iron

Thank you for the presentation - very useful!

Iron

How do we obtain MPLABX? Download it from the Microchip web site?

What development software do you use for the TI MCUs?  Thank you.

Iron

Thanks Fred & Rob, from Johannesburg.

Iron

Thanks Fred and Digi-Key!

Iron

Thanks, Fred and Digi-Key for the presentation!  Will have to try the XC

Iron

Thanks, Fred.  Do all of the PIC18F processors use banked memory or do some of them have linear memory?

Thanks Fred for the presentetion today.

Thanks to all, very informative.

Iron

Thanks everyone.  Good presentation!

Iron

Thanks, need to try those tools.

Iron

Great class, Thanks Fred, Rob & Digi-Key!

Iron

Thanks Fred, good presentation.

Iron

Thanks Fred And Rob.

Iron

XC does look nice 

Iron

Fast paced.. good presentation.

Thank you Fred for another great one!

Thanks Fred, Rob, and Digi-Key!

Iron

Very good class thank you very much

Thanks - I'm going to look into the code configurator! Looks like a real time saver!

Iron

Looks like a real good tool

Iron

Thank you Fred, Design News and Digi-Key.
Fabulous tools.

Gold

I'll use XC for my next project.

Iron

Thanks Fred and Rob.

Iron

thank you Fred, awesome

Thank you Fred and Digikey CEC team.

Iron

Great class! Thanks Fred, Rob & Digi-Key!

Iron

thanks Fred and Rob

Iron

XC looks like a graphical interface.  Reminds me of the Cypress graphical interface from back in 2008.

Iron

But C usually has serious overhead in memory.  Does this generate, say, 10% more code than assembly?

We're now on slide 21.

Blogger

Agree- XC does look promising

Iron

Gonna have to try it.

Iron

Haave not used any of Microchip XC compiler.  

Iron

No, I have not used any of Microchip's XC compilers? 

Iron

I have xc8, xc16, xc32 but have not used them yet

Iron

Used most of the compilers available through Microchip

Have not used MC's XC complier.

Iron

No have not used any pic parts yet.

Iron

No  I have nort used XC ccompiler.

Iron

We're now on slide 17.

Blogger

Using XC8 now. Installed XC16 and XC32 as well.

Iron

No just the CCS C compiler

Iron

have not worked with xc compilers (afaik :)

Iron

We're now on sldie 16.

Blogger

only used XC8 in Microchip classes.

Iron

Trying to install Microchip XC32 but having licencing problems

Gold

Have you used any of Microchip's XC compilers?
No

 

Iron

Have not used any PIC compiler, only Assy.

 

Iron

Have not yet used Microchip's XC compiler.

Iron

Have not used any Microchip compilers

I haven't use a PIC compiler of any kind.

Iron

No but I'm looking into it

Iron

No, I am new with Microchip PIC

Iron

Have not used uC compiler

Iron

Have never used XC8 or mplabx

 

Yep, have XC8, XC16, and XC32 compilers

Iron

yep - XC8 and XC16

Iron

I have used ccs c compiler

Iron

I've used XC8 and XC32.

Iron

Fred's don't use pics yet

Have not used XC compilers

Iron

I just started using C18

Have not used MicroChips compilers

Iron

Fred's question:

Have you used any of Microchip's XC compilers? 

Blogger

We're now on slide 15.

Blogger

We're now on slide 14.

Blogger

C is easier for me.

Iron

i prefer Java but am familiar with C+ and python

We're now on sldie 13.

Blogger

I only know some C+ and PICBASIC, just learning some assembly.

Iron

I like C#.  But prefer C/C+ if i don't use C#.   I like assemcly also when there is time to use it. 

Iron

We're now on slide 12.

Blogger

I find myself using assembler in my C programs

Iron

in order, C/C+ , PICBasic, Assembler

C/C+ and Java (distantly)

Iron

Assembly and C ; (and some VHDL...)

 

Iron

I used to program in assember for HC11, Z80. Have used some C and BASIC, but limited for uCont/uProc.

Mostly C/Asm for MSP430, Stellaris, Freescale, etc.

Iron

I mostly use assembler, but have been moving to C so I don't need to work with the math routines so much

favorite programming language: python, perhaps

Iron

Assembly for raw speed, C for higher-level.  Mostly assembly, though.

C 80%

Assembly 20%

Iron

I prefer C but do use asm as well

Iron

C/C+ for embedded microcontrollers. c# por pc programs

 

Iron

(Embedded) Programming Languages:  C, C+ , Java

Iron

Prefer C but will do assembly.

 

Iron

Python; though I've worked in c and Assembly

Iron

Was assembler but now using mikroC

Iron

Work on smaller projects, so I use Assembler most of time.

Iron

Fred's ALL 'my' programming is in assembly...

Definitely C these days

Iron

prefer c, fall back to asm where needed

Platinum

Prefer to program in C, although I have used assembler.  Also use BASIC.

Iron

no prefered language

Iron

For PICs, I prefer assembly.

We're now on slide 11.

Blogger

call me crazy but I like programming in assemblers

Iron

I like C or assembly

Gold

Prefer to code in C.

Iron

I code mostly in C, but have also coded in Assembly for a couple of different microcontrollers, including PIC 8-bit parts.

Iron

Fred's question:

What is your preferred programming language? 

Blogger

We're now on slide 10.

Blogger

Still not getting audio even though the audio bar is present.

Iron

We're now on slide 9.

Blogger

Never used MPLAB

 

Iron

We're now on slide 8.

Blogger

I like assembler.  I have assembler programs that have over 2000 lines.  All of it was developed in MPLab

I have used MPLAB (older versions) but found compatibility issues when trying to port working programs into MPLAB X.  Lots of issues with differences in library files.

For personal stuff I use the CodeVision C compiler for Atmel products.

Iron

have not used mplab

 

Iron

We're now on slide 7.

Blogger

I only have used MPLAB, no version X.

Iron

Hopefully the audio file will be posted later?

Iron

I haven't used MPLAB in a few years.  I use CCS at work most often. 

Iron

I finally got it to work!

I do not use mplab X currently

Iron

I used atmel studio asembly and also some c with power pc based chips.

Iron

Hello from Sweetwater, TX

 

Iron

not used Assembler, just learning

Iron

Not currently using it

 

Iron

We're now on slide 6.

Blogger

I give up.  I guess the audio is being blocked at our firewall for the archives as well.

Hekko frrom Forest, MS

Iron

hii from Guadalajara Mexico!

i used atmel studio only

Iron

I started with mpasm years ago

Iron

We're now on slide 5.

Blogger

installed X yesterday but haven't had a chance to play with it, other than to go through the code samples (yesterday's and today's)

Have used MPLAB IDE 5.4

 

Iron

I used an earlier version in Assembler.

Iron

I've been using the old MPLAB. I had trouble getting the X to install.

No I haven't used MPLAB-X

Not using MPLABX yet.

Iron

I'm still using the CCS compiler I bought ten years ago.  I have the MPLAB X compiler, just haven't used it yet.

Iron

Using MPLABX for my projects.

Iron

Already using it for assembler programming

Iron

i use mplab ide + ccs c compiler

Iron

no I didn't  use MPLABX

Iron

No MPLABX, not yet

 

Iron

I've used MPLAB-X in the past ; would want to leanr more though...

Iron

We're now on slide 4.

Blogger

I have never used MPLAB X

Iron

No, but will look into it. I use a freeware multi-platform assembler

Iron

No, I have never used MPlab X

Iron

I never heard of MPLAB_X.

Iron

Still using mplab 8.xx

Iron

I have downloaded and installed MPLAB X, but I haven't done anything serious with it yet.

Iron

Jumping back into using MPLAB X now. Downloaded latest yesterday.

Iron

No. We are not using MPLAB.

Iron

No not using currently

Iron

Yes, using MPLABx for PIC programming.

Gold

No, I'm not using MPLabX yet

Iron

Yep, use MPLABX and the Microchip XC compilers.

Iron

fred's? not using mplabx

Yes. I have tried this before. Used C as the language.

Iron

Fred's question:

Do you use MPLAB X? 

Blogger

I'm using MPLAB X at work daily along with XC8

Yep!  MPLabX rocks.

Iron

Look in Fred's post at 8:49:40 for the bonus code link.

Iron

Using (and love) MPLAB X.

Iron

@mike.haley - Fred posts the code in the chat below each day. Today's bonus code downoad was:

http://www.edtp.com/cec/day2PicCode.zip

Hello from Chicago

 

Iron

Yes, I use MPLab X

Gold

@WillP, look at the 4th post from the bottom today

Gold

Code link at bottom of chat for today (and yesterday)

Iron

We're now on slide 3.

Blogger

Where do you download the code from?  I don't see a link except for the slide deck.

Iron

is there a new link for the "bonus" code?  Or is yesterday's the only one?

Iron

Hello from Pittsburg, KANSAS

Iron

We're now on slide 2.

Blogger

@Mark_Becker01  blogtalkradio.com

Iron

Hello everyone from HB

 

Iron

We're now on slide 1.

Blogger

Hi from Minneapolis!

Iron

Hello from Albuquerque.

Iron

Hello from Beavercreek, OH

Hello from Montreal, Qc

Iron

Howdy froTomball, TEXAS

Iron

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Hello from cloudy gray (snowy) SE Lake Sinmcoe area of Ontario, Canada.

Iron

Greetings from Calgary

greetings from Warren, MI

Hey StephT,

This chat window stays open, so you can use it after the program.

Blogger

Greetings from Dallas, TX

Iron

@Fred  :  so do you use PCB express services to get your PCBs done ?   
   Are you satisfied with their work / quality / speed / pricing ?

Iron

Greetings from Simi Valley, California

Iron

Greetings from Southeast Florida

Hello from Ontario Canada

Iron

Hi from Rocklin CA

 

Iron

Hello from Portland OR

 

Iron

Greetings from Plymouth, MN

Iron

@Rob Spiegel

Did you see my question / comment yesterday (late) on getting an 'after-hours' "forum" to
continue exchanging after the course is over ?

Below, you advertized "Please join our Digi-Key Continuing Education Center LinkedIn Group
at http://linkd.in/yoNGeY" ; I don't see much traffic on this group, besides DN-CEC adds.

I don't suppose you'd want us to "invade" this group with techno-babble chat ?!   ;-)

Iron

hello from Indianapolis, IN

Hello from Arlington TEXAS.

I listened to yesterday's archived track. one question, Fred: what language is the programming written in? C+? Thanks

A little thicker than a standard audio cassette but slightly smaller. I seem to recall that somebody gave me a parallel-port version some years back. Now I have to remember where in the dungeon I put it! I'm not even sure that WinXP or 7 will recognize it. I guess I'll have to build an old DOS box and hack together a network driver or use sneaker net! :-) I know where the tapes are.

Iron

Good afternoon from sunny Minnetonka, MN.

Iron

Good Morning from sunny Valdez

Hello from Aurora CO.

Iron

Hello from Kansas City MO

Moderator: Do you have the URL for the blogtalk radio site?  I want to add it to the browser's whitelist.

Hello from Co Springs!

Iron

Hmm.. dc2120 .. what was the form factor on those?  Small rectangular, a little over 5/8" thick?

Aloha from sunny Montana

Gold

I figured that to be the case! :-) I sometimes wished that I was able to save my designs/code from back in the day. Didn't have a CD burner back then and the floppies that I had used degraded enough over time that I didn't try to salvage. If only I can find a working Colorado 120 - I had archived several projects to DC2120 tapes!

Iron

Hello from SW Michigan

Iron

Hello from Rochester, NY

Iron

@JMax

This must be old school week :-)  I had another request this morning for my Sparky programmer.

Sorry, but that code went the way of Windows 98 and the failed computer it was loaded on.

Back in those days, we depended on the magazine to archive the code on their site or BBS.

Blogger

Hello from Albuquerque.

Iron

Hi Fred! I was going through a few boxes of magazines and found a few issues of Computer Craft/MicroComputer Journal and was thumbing through and found an article in Jan/Feb94 with your name on it! It was the "Time Master" using an 8749, DS1287 and DS1275. I had an application for such a timer back in the day and wanted to build it, but couldn't d/l the code for the uProc - plus I couldn't afford a programmer or even the pre-programmed 8749 at the time. I recall that I wanted to make a sail-racing timer for when my friends and I would race. I don't suppose that you still have the code lying around. :-) I enjoyed the article!

Iron

@rclipat

I'm ready to rock and roll!

Blogger

Greetings and felicitations from North Pole, Alaska (AK)

Iron

Hello from Thornville, Ohio

Iron

Hello from Buffalo, NY!

Iron

Signign in from Colorado Springs.

Iron

Good afternoon from Boston.

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Blogger

Figured out how to change the fileset for the project in the IDE, Duh! Simple!

Iron

How are you Rob and Fred?

Iron

-Be sure to click 'Today's Slide Deck' under Special Educational Materials above right to download the PowerPoint for today's session.

Blogger

Build successful after shifting the 'org   0x0' line to column 2.

Iron

Hello from Summerville, SC

Iron

Looks like posting takes out the backslashes for paths. oh well.

Iron

Building the pic18f4620Asm project (after resolving the macro vs macros issue) produced this warning

'Warning[205] ..\FIRMWARE\LCDASMDRVR.ASM 9 : Found directive in column 1. (ORG)'

for the 'org    0x0 ' line in lcdAsmDrvr.asm file.

Iron

Would still like to know where/how I'd update the configuration settings within the MPLAB X IDE to fix this without editing source files. Anybody?

Iron

Regarding the project error: I corrected the macro filename to macro.inc (removed the s) and corrected the include line in lcdAsmDrvr.asm . Now project loads without errors.

Iron

Greetz from South Africa

Iron

Greetings from Scottsdale,AZ

Iron

Tried to load and build todays pic18f4620Asm project in current MPLAB X. Found a possible error in the project configuration:

Error: Project "pic18f4620Asm" refers to file "macro.inc" which does not exist in the disk. The project failed to load.

The configurations.xml file (in the nbproject folder) shows macro.inc instead of macros.inc. Could not find where to change this in the IDE. Sould I just edit the xml file?

Iron

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Blogger

Hello from Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Blogger

Hello from Arlington Heights

Iron

Hello from Long Island, NY. Winter making one last burst later today with more snow.

Iron

have a look of the slides

Iron

@JimmyD

We will discuss that subject later in the week :-)

Blogger

Fred,

 I brought the PIC32 Ethernet Starter kit.  I got the demo working (push buttons ans display on PC) but I'm not sure what is in volved to create my own web page, and controls to display.  I looked at the code and it is confusing to what is enabled (#define) or not.  I think if i had some guidance on how to create my own web page, in the chip, (instead of http://mchpboard).

Thanks,

JimD

Iron


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