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piratePICprog wiki page

Posted on Monday, August 16th, 2010 in documentation, PiratePICprog, programmers by Ian

The new Bus Pirate PIC programmer has a wiki page with instructions and examples. The application is nearly complete, there’s just some tweaking required to get the memory settings right for each PIC family. If you’re interested in contributing, there’s a development section on the wiki with links to the source code and compiler.

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