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Topic: PIC32 Arduino Variant? (Read 6 times) previous topic - next topic

48X24X48X

Not too sure whether this is slow poke.

http://www.digilentinc.com/Products/Catalog.cfm?NavPath=2,892&Cat=18

They said modified version of Arduino IDE available on 21/05.
Slightly cheaper.

TonyD

I saw their announcement earlier in the week. If you're into PIC's then it looks a good board to have. Not sure about the software they mentioned as it isn't released until 21st May

cr0sh

I'll believe it if the software released includes all the source code, and runs on 64-bit Linux - I'm not holding my breath (although I suppose it is possible - based on some quick research I just did, there seems to be some form of "gcc" support, and something about a small rtos based on linux that can run on some device in the PIC32 family - just have to wait-n-see, I guess).
I will not respond to Arduino help PM's from random forum users; if you have such a question, start a new topic thread.

Senso

The compiler is 100% gcc, so it can be recompiled to wathever you want, in fact it is the mips-gcc variation with some Microchip headers.

TonyD


The compiler is 100% gcc, so it can be recompiled to wathever you want, in fact it is the mips-gcc variation with some Microchip headers.

I'm pretty sure the PIC32 is based on a MIPS architecture.

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