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XORLib, an open source game library for PIC32s

Posted on Thursday, April 9th, 2015 in library by DP

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Shaos shared his game library for PIC32s in the project log forum:

XORLib is a simple multiplatform game library that is licensed under MIT-license and developed at least for two platforms:

  • PIC32 with NTSC and PAL TV
  • DOS with CGA/EGA/VGA

PIC32 code based on “NTSC TV interface” examples from hackaday.io/project/2032-pic32-oscilloscope by Bruce Land (Cornell University) that is based on some ideas from “Programming 32-bit Microcontrollers in C: Exploring the PIC32” by Lucio Di Jasio.

XORLib is available at Github:

Via the project log forum.

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