Tuesday, December 26, 2006

 

USB for Tommelise

Vladimir at Oshonsoft offered a discount on the purchase of the USB support module for his IDE for the PIC 18F family of chips and I went ahead and gave myself a late Christmas present. :-)

That's not something I plan on dealing with with Tommelise real soon, but it's definitely on my "to do" list.

He also mentioned a new product that may be of interest to the rest of you builders, viz,

I am working intensively on the new software package - integrated development environment with simulator and basic compiler for ATtiny and ATmega microcontrollers from Atmel. It will be as much as possible compatible with my PIC IDEs. If you use these chips, please let me know what models you would like to see supported in the first release, planned for the end of January 2007.

I've been using his compilers for PIC's for half a year now. It's got me into development of firmware with a minimum of frustration and time loss. Vladimir provides excellent support for his products and is meticulous about addressing bugs detected in his compilers. I have no doubt that his new compiler for Atmel chips will be as good as his PIC compilers.

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