Markus used the new open source PIC32 chipkit compiler with non-chipkit hardware and programmed the firmware with a picKIT3:
Since I had a board with a PIC32MX795F512H I built some time ago lying around, I tried if I could get some “Arduino”-code running on it. It works.
The linker scripts that ship with mpide assume that the binary is used together with a bootloader, so I provided a new script, which allowed me programming the .hex file using the PICkit3. All necessary files are provided in the attached .zip archive.
It’s nice to be able to use C++ on the PIC32. Finally.
Via the forum.