Added KDE3 version of PikLab

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0.15.2 (24 November 2007)
* fixed loading some hex files [thanks to Xiaofan Chen and Hector Martin]
* added 24FJ128/96/64
* added missing register information for some devices
* added ETT direct programmer [thanks to Jimkirk]
* added 16F690/913/917 support to Picstart+
* fixed crash when manually updating firmwares [reported by Claus Bjerre]
* fixed blank-checking with icd2 debugger
* fixed crashes when halting debugging session
* added option to create a library from a project (gputils, sdcc, picc)
* added simple views for object and library files
* fixed crash in configuration generation dialog [report by Milan]
* fixed several problems with progress bar
* fixed crash when closing main window while programming
* better watch window
* add memory graph view to device information [idea by F. Gerin]
* fixed disappearing bookmarks and save them in project file [report by Luke Orland]
* updated Spanish translation [thanks to Felipe Caminos]
* fixed piklab-prog option "target-self-powered"
0.15.1 (11 November 2007)
* added 18F66J11/66J16/67J11 86J11/86J16/87J11
18F65J50/66J50/66J55/67J50 85J50/86J50/86J55/87J50
18F6393/8393 6493/8493
24HJ16GP304/32GP202/32GP204
* fixed config/template generator and I/O registers for some devices
* added "custom" toolchain for custom shell commands
* fixed coff parsing for PIC30 toolchain
* fixed crash when running device
* fixed device selection in project manager
* C source debugging (only for 18F devices due to sdcc/gputils bug)
* fixed debugging of C18 projects with gpsim 0.21.x
* fixed display of bootloader option window
* config bits comboboxes now ignore wheel events in hex editor
* added "piklab-coff", a command-line utility for viewing coff, object and library files
* updated French translation [thanks to Alain Portal]
* fixed some compilation issues
0.15.0 (20 October 2007)
* added 12F519 18F2423/4423/2523/4523 30F1010/2020/2023
18F24J10/25J10/44J10/45J10 65J10/65J15/66J10/66J15/67J10
18F85J10/85J15/86J10/86J15/87J10 18F63J11/64J11/65J11 83J11/84J11/85J11
18F63J90/64J90/65J90 83J90/84J90/85J90
* fixed checksum computations for some devices
* fixed configuration bits for some devices
* fixed config and template source generation for some devices
* fixed crash while programming 12F510 [report by Scott Dattalo]
* added option to disable eeprom programming
* added option to skip verification after programming
* fixed programming with picdem bootloader [thanks to Xiaofan Chen]
* fixed pickit2 bootloader [thanks to Xiaofan Chen]
* added icd2 support for 18F2450/4450/2423/4423/2523/4523/6527/6622/8527/8622
16F506/616/631/677
* fixed simulating some 18F devices with some versions of gpsim
* added support for EPE Toolkit mk3 direct programmer [thanks to Chris Lale]
* added support for the 'EPE Toolkit mk3' direct programmer [thanks to Chris Lale]
* better support for PIC30 toolchain [report by Brian Neltner]
* added option to run after successfull programming [proposed by jda2158]
* fixed "compile file" action [report by Alain Portal]
* fixed adding objects from outside project directory
* added option to automatically recompile before programming when the
project is modified [proposed by pryyanek]
* added status and feature filters in device chooser dialog
* added menu item to call "kfind" inside project directory [proposed by Polly Lister]
* added option to show/hide the close buttons on the tabs of the editor manager
[proposed by james and bjohan]
* added option to piklab-prog to set hardware type for direct programmers
* added check for device compatibility and file creation commands to piklab-hex
* move checksum command from piklab-prog to piklab-hex
0.14.5 (16 August 2007)
* better error reporting if USB not compiled in
* fixed USB support when compiling with qt only [report by Martin Goldack]
0.14.4 (5 August 2007)
* fixed bug where osccal would be lost and piklab would crash when programming
devices without osccal backup [report by Ed Spremolla]
* fixed "likeback" not showing
* added display in hex editor when configuration bits are invalid
* fixed CodeGuard configuration bits and hex editor
0.14.3 (26 July 2007)
* added support for 24H devices
* updated register definitions to MPLAB 7.41
* added 18F66J60 family [contribution by Alan Page]
* added 12F609/HV609 16F610/HV610 16F882
* added configuration for tiny bootloader (retries, port speed, delay)
* added configuration for picdem bootloader (USB ids)
* fixed tinybootloader for 16F88 [patch by Balaji Ramani]
* fixed direct programming of 16F87XA (again)
* fixed programming of 18F2410/2420/4410/4420 [report by Yuri Shnol]
* fixed problem with tab history [reported by agalliazzo]
* fixed crash in hex editor due to protected config bits (12F675, ...)
* Spanish translation by Felipe Caminos
* Czech translation by Milan Horák
* try to open unrecognized devices as serial port
instead of just failing in piklab-prog [reported by Jan Berkel]
* fixed crash using upload_firmware in piklab-prog [report by John McCullough]
* more resilient hex file parser [reported by Stefan Vonhalenbach]
0.14.2b (14 June 2007)
* support for USB ICD2 under Windows [fixed by Minh Nguyen]
0.14.2 (9 April 2007)
* device id and eeprom fixes for some 18F devices
* fixed debugging of 18F2455 family [report by Florian Brabetz]
* added parallel port support for FreeBSD (with ppbus)
* added support for Pickit2 and Picdem fsusb bootloaders (untested + no data eeprom operations)
* fixed device memory reading [broken in 0.14.1, report by Xiaofan Chen]
* fixed direct programming of 16F87XA [report by Jorus Cbaoth]
* do not open empty editor when file does not exit
* no "added file to project" in new file dialog when there is no project
* also include code for absent source files in disassembly listing (fixed debugging with sdcc + 18F devices)
* fixed output hex filename for CCSC projects [report by krengersi and Bill Sack]
* fixed CCSC options for version 3 (only detected for linux executables)
0.14.1 (11 March 2007)
* fixed alignment problem with icd2 (for some 18F devices)
* fixed some i18n inconsistency [thanks to Alain Portal]
* fixed crash with config/template generator [report by Alain Portal]
* fixed adding files in same directory with project wizard
* fixed output hex filename for CC5X projects [report by philter_777]
* fixed inverted "read-only" toggle for hex editor
* fixed saving in editors (freeze with hex editor and display for text files)
* support for Tiny Bootloader
0.14.0 (4 March 2007)
* merge in kate gui for source editor (many more menu items available)
* added console tool [idea by Rajesh Sankaran]
* new project wizard
* template source file generator
* fixed gui problems with fast comment system
* fixed crash when compiling assembler file with sdcc [report by Stefan von Halenbach]
* fixed support for linux version of CCSC [report by Alan Page and Rajesh Sankaran]
* fixed configuration dialog for PIC30 toolchain
* added support for MPC and CCX5 compilers
* added possibility to use custom device name for serial and parallel port
* allow read/write/erase of individual memory range with command-line utility
* speed-up programming and fixed timeouts for pickit2 [patch from Mark Stanley]
* added pickit2 support for 16F87X
* fixed freeze for connecting gpsim with an empty project [report by Florian Brabetz]
* fixed crash when showing PC while debugging [report by Florian Brabetz]
* added "--force" option for command-line programmer (answer "yes" to question and overwrite files)
* new command-line utility for manipulating hex files (check, info, fix, and compare)
* added Hungarian translation [thanks to Nagy Lázló]
0.13.3 (8 February 2007)
* fixed compilation for OpenSuse and Fedora 5 [report by Xiaofan Chen and Alain Portal]
* fixed support for CCSC
* fixlet for asm highlighting
* possibility to added several source files at once [idea by Gyula Kampfner]
* fixed tool views (new user layout; fixed "show all" menu item; added "reset layout" menu item)
* fixed toolchain config dialog: update/reset buttons work better
* added serial USB devices under Slackware [thanks to Mark Stanley]
0.13.2 (31 January 2007)
* better support for CCSC (windows and linux executables) [thanks to Mark Stanley]
* german translation by Stephan von Halenbach
* fixed 16F7X7 debugging
* fixed Picstart+ support [thanks to Mark Stanley]
* fixed debug executive name for some 18F devices [thanks to mkgrajek]
* fixed register view for 18F devices
* added icd2 support for 16F946
* fixed spurious errors with gpsim
* show warning when config generation is incomplete
0.13.1 (27 January 2007)
* proper fixed for debug vector write/read for 18F devices with icd2 [thanks to Martin Forster]
* fixed 16F877 debugging [thanks to Martin Forster]
* fixed for ICD2 programming (verifying would fail when the code is at a large offset) [reported by Luke Cole]
* fixed compilation with KDE 3.3
* use toggle menu items for tool views [idea by Christoph Schäfer]
* fixed view unsplitting [reported by Christoph Schäfer]
* rows of 16 bytes for eeprom hex view [idea by Gyula Kampfner]
* allow includes and better messages parsing for jalv2
0.13.0 (19 January 2007)
* more flexible interface (by using dockable windows)
* better editor navigation
* fixed bug in register watch
* debugging from a standalone file is now possible
* read/write 24C eeproms with direct programmers
* added support for 18F1230/1330, 18F2682/4682/2685/4685 (direct programmers + ICD2)
* added direct programming support for 18F2439/4439/2539/4539,
18F6310/6410/8310/8410, 18F6390/6490/8390/8490
* "as-we-read" verify
* more robust usb detection (hopefully)
* more flexible compilation configuration
* added support for CCS, JALV2, BoostC, BoostC++, and BoostBasic compilers
* support for GPSim 0.22
* less CPU usage and errors when verifying with serial ICD2 [fixed from Steve Moskovchenko]
* extend even more the erase timeout for serial ICD2 [report by Ramiro del Corro]
0.12.2 (16 October 2006)
* fixed register view while not debugging
* fixed compilation for Slackware
0.12.1 (5 October 2006)
* fixes for Qt4
* fixed crash in advanced dialog
* added French translation [thanks to Alain Portal]
* fixed for sdcc and custom or debugging linker scripts
* only use icd2 linker script with icd2 debugger
0.12.0 (1 October 2006)
* pinout schematic for some devices
* added LikeBack for fast feedback
* icd2 debugging for 18F devices (tested with 18F452)
* more robust icd2 programming (fixed timeout for long erase) [bug reported by lonely_soul]
* fixed register view for 18F devices
* added detailed I/O and combined registers into watch view
* added register write to watch view
* save/restore watched registers per project
* fixed some problems with gpsim debugging
* fixed "--target-self-powered" option for command-line programmer
* added register read/write and breakpoints to command-line programmer
* fixed launching of pikloops [bug reported by chcarver]
* fixed 30F devices detection [bug reported by Yuri Ovcharenko]
* fixed for custom libraries and custom script for PIC30 [bug reported by Yuri Ovcharenko]
* fixed config generator for some 30F devices [bug reported by Yuri Ovcharenko]
* fixed some issues with PICC integration [bugs reported by gduprey]
* fixed integration of SDCC 2.6.0 [bugs reported by ambro]
* much faster parsing and correct disassembly listing for coff files generated by picc
* speed-up interface
* fixed select all/find in editor [bug reported by gduprey]
0.11.3 (7 September 2006)
* fixed crashes due to dependence on libkio for piklab-prog
0.11.2 (6 September 2006)
* fixed compilation by detecting libncurses under Suse
* fixed custom direct programmer configuration not appearing in dialog
* fixed duplicated message boxes
* fixed "command-list" option for command-line programmer
* fixed crash in register view for 18F devices
* fixed device information view
0.11.1 (23 August 2006)
* fixed crashes with command-line programmer
* fixed debugging for custom-made ICD2 [thanks to Nagy László]
0.11.0 (19 August 2006)
* support for the Picstart+ programmer [many thanks to Nestor A. Marchesini for testing]
* added support for gpsim (mid-range devices only)
* speed-up coff file parsing at end of compilation with picc compilers
* correctly highlight C lines in disassembly listing
* fixed register view to work correctly in debugging
* fixed watch view: changed status of registers was not correctly updated
* added variable names in register and watch views
* improved breakpoints management: fixed interaction with program counter
display, invalid and reached indicators, breakpoints can be disabled,
and listing tab.
* added action to switch between header and implementation
* added "port", "firmware-dir", and "target-self-powered" options to command-line programmer
* command-line programmer can be compiled without kdelibs (Qt3 or Qt4)
* command-line programmer for Windows (Qt4): works for serial ICD2 and serial "direct" programmers
* interactive mode for command-line programmer with debugging support
0.10.0 (7 July 2006)
* added support for JAL compiler + editor syntax highlighting
* source files can be reordered by drag and drop in project manager
* added disassembly listing for PICC compilers
* added support for C18 compiler
* added support for C30 with Wine and with coff format
* added support for custom linker script in project (GPUtils/SDCC and C18)
* display file full path as tooltip in project manager
* speed-up serial ICD1/2 programming [help by Steve Moskovchenko]
* fixed alignment bug in ICD2 programming [reported by Steve Moskovchenko]
* fixed "verify only programmed" option for ICD2 programming
* improved breakpoints management (updated in all editors, persistent if editors are closed)
* ICD2 debugging supported with PICC compilers
* fixed bug in register watching
* fixed slow update on keystroke in editor [reported by zoiks]
* some fixes and enhancements in asm and disassembly highlighting
0.9.0 (29 May 2006)
* added calibration information and debug executive version to advanced dialog
* added osccal regeneration for PICkit1 and PICkit2 (12F629/675/630/676)
* fixed PICkit2 firmware upload
* support for new PICkit2 firmware
* fixed programming of 18F devices with PICkit2
* initial support of ICD1 (not tested at all)
* fixed bug in parallel direct programming [thanks to kein0r]
* fixed checksum computation for some devices
* added devices 12F615 16F616/16F631/677 18F2450/4450
* faster loading, smaller executable, and smaller memory footprint
* fixed crash opening config generator with auto device
* added native coff parser (remove reliance on gpvo) + fixed disassembly highlighting
* added native disassembler (remove reliance on gpdasm) + now includes user ids and eeprom data
* support development version of sdcc and gputils
0.8.0 (6 May 2006)
* added support for 16F716, 16HV785, and 16F87/88 with PICkit2
* added action button for memory ranges (read/program/verify/erase/clear/zero/reload)
* added option to preserve data eeprom and to blank check after erase
* icd2 debugging: fixed STATUS/FSR/PCL/PCLATH read/write + added WREG/PC/STATUS/bank in status bar
* icd2 debugging: disable watchdog timer
* several fixes for hex editor
* added checksum computation (with command-line too)
* added option to set user id to unprotected checksum
* added read-only/read-write toggle to editors
* only display first and last banks for 18C/F chips (too slow otherwise...)
* fixed dsPICS programming with ICD2 [thanks to Laurent Pinchard]
* fixed calibration programming for baseline devices
* added option to run tools with wine
* added "advanced" dialog to programmers (firmware version + voltages)
* added manual firmware uploading for ICD2 (with command-line too)
0.7.0 (23 April 2006)
* fixed "program calibration" to write second word when present
* speed-up direct programming for some devices
* fixed direct programming of 18F devices
* fixed direct programmers on parallel port [thanks to Andrea Fadda]
* added direct programming for all remaining 16F and 18F devices
but 18FXX39-X310-X410-X390-X490
* option to only verify programmed words for direct programming
* added support for 16F946 and 18F devices with pickit2
* added support for Pickit1 programmer (baseline and midrange devices)
* added 16C84, 16CR73/74/76/77 devices
* added configuration generator for dsPICs and PIC30 toolchain
* added "power device" toolbar/menu entry
* fixed some issues with libusb
* read/write/watch registers while debugging
0.6.1 (22 March 2006)
* warn when hex file cannot be saved [reported by freddy]
* tweak desktop file
* added mimetype for project file
* fixed lost calibration word for some 12F and 16F parts [reported by Xiaofan Chen]
* fixed crash when creating new hex file with "auto" device
0.6.0 (14 March 2006)
* save dialog sizes and splitter positions
* config generator (baseline, midrange and some 18F devices)
* support for pic30 toolchain
* support for PICC-Lite, PICC and PICC-18
* configurable executable paths
* save opened files per project
* fixed crash with "auto" device [reported by y2kmi]
* added 16F7X7 support for direct programmers
* warn if firmware version is not the one tested
* fixed osccal read/write with pickit2 [reported by Xiaofan Chen]
* fixed alignment bug in 18F programming [reported by Xiaofan Chen]
* added device view to project manager
* added register view to project manager
0.5.2 (1 March 2006)
* partial fixed for aligment bug in 18F programming [reported by Xiaofan Chen]
* fixed broken hex file save
0.5.1 (28 February 2006)
* fixed crash at startup [reported by Ed Bennett]
0.5.0 (24 February 2006)
* new project file format (xml)
* several fixes in user interface
* breapoints for ICD2 debugging of 16F parts
* support for Small Device C Compiler (sdcc)
* group config options for standalone file inside its own section
* fixed compilation for gcc>4.0.1
* added devices 16F506, 16F946, and 30F6010A/6011A/6012A/6013A/6014A/6015
* added 10F2XX, 12F5XX, 14000, all 12C and 16C parts support for direct programmers
* added 12F510, 16F59/627/628/685/687/689/690/7X/785/84A/91X,
18F24XX/25XX/44XX/45XX/6310/6390/8310/8390/6627/8627/6722/8722,
30F2011/2012/3011/3014/5011/5013 to icd2 programmer
* fixed configuration blank check for several 18F devices
0.4.2 (18 February 2006)
* if self-test failed, ask user if he wants to continue (ICD2)
* added support for 12F510, 16F54-57-59 and 16F7X7 for PICkit2
* fixed osccal and user ids read/write for some baseline chips with PICkit2 (12F508...)
* fixed osccal read/write for some mid-range chips with PICkit2 (12F675...)
* fixed osccal read/write for 12F675 with direct programmer
* fixed compilation issue
0.4.1 (14 February 2006)
* linker now generates coff files by default (fixed disassembly listing)
* warn when device not supported by gputils
* correctly display bang gap bits
0.4.0 (12 February 2006)
* option to only program memory than need to be programmed (speed-up)
* several fixes for editors
* disassembly listing
* warn if DEBUG configuration bit is on when not debugging
* added included files in project listview
* support for PICkit2 (baseline and midrange devices)
* option to program after successful build
* option to power off target after programming
* basic ICD2 debugging (start/interrupt/step)
* fixed for calibration words and band gap bits
0.3.2 (27 January 2006)
* fixed for 16F81X/F87/F88 and 16F87XA direct programming bug
* fixed compilation (gcc 3.4)
* command-line programmer should now work without any running X server
0.3.1 (22 January 2006)
* fixed freeze if serial cable disconnected from ICD2
0.3.0 (21 January 2006)
* protected areas are excluded from verification
* display code memory blocks in hex editor
* display protected areas in hex editor
* better configuration center
* make compilation framework more flexible
* show linker script in project listview
* stand alone files now act as pseudo-projects
* direct programmers now use global device data
* JDM-type serial programmer works
* fixed and simplify direct programmer configuration widget
* incorporate some fixes from pikdev 0.8.2
* fixed crash and bugs with ICD2 [reported by Xiaofan Chen]
* fixed detection of libusb [reported by Xiaofan Chen]
* fixed some FreeBSD compilation issues [help by Xiaofan Chen]
* make serial and usb operations more reliable
0.2.0 (11 December 2005)
* command line programmer
* use XML files for device data (hex editor is now independent from
selected programmer).
* enhanced device chooser: sorts devices by family;
information page (with link to device page on Microchip website and status).
* "connect" and "hold_reset" programmer action
* incorporate some fixes from pikdev 0.8.1
* enhanced hex editor: disable wheel scrolling on config comboboxes;
fixed memory display focus; added navigation keys; check compatibility with
device type.
* upload firmware for icd2
* icd2 over USB
0.1.0 (22 June 2005)
* convert config and new project windows to KDialogBase
* added ICD2 programmer infrastructure (from "lplab")
* reorganize in subprojects
* clean-up and factor code
* convert programmer window in hex editor
* lots of GUI fixes
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Piklab: An integrated development environment for PIC microcontrollers
Copyright (C) 2005-2007 Nicolas Hadacek <hadacek@kde.org>
Copyright (C) 2006 Sébastien Laoût
Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Alain Gibaud
Copyright (C) 2003-2004 Stephen Landamore
Copyright (C) 2001-2005 Craig Franklin
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BEWARE: this is beta software. BUGS are likely!!!
IMPORTANT: see http://piklab.sourceforge.net for support and notes.
FEEDBACK is greatly appreciated (go to http://piklab.sourceforge.net or
send me an email at hadacek@kde.org): report bugs, successes,...

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icd2: assert in progress when programming with icd2 debugger
TODO programmers:
* icd1/2: optimize programming/reading: only program/read what's necessary!!
* direct: alternate method to direct-program "Vdd first" chips (needed ?)
* pickit2: protocol for firmware 2.x
* support for other bootloaders (AN851, ...)
* look into xwisp2/avrdude
* pickit1/2: speed-up by not programming mask words and by programming 4/n words when possible...
* pickit2: now supports 16F886/887
* add promate2
* direct: support dsPIC
* add option to not autoload firmware (?)
* direct: support 16F88X devices
* icd2: 12F609/615 16F610 16F677(debug) 16F88X 30F1010/2020/2023
famid for 18J devices
* pickit2: configuration to set target voltage to different values (?)
* icd2: progress for firmware uploading
* psp: add 18F support
* psp: detection of programmer type (PSP, JuPIC, or Warp13)
* psp: for Warp13, there are some differences for 18F devices...
TODO debuggers:
* gpsim: add stopwatch feature + clock speed config
* icd2: fix 16FXXX debugging: init + reset + ...
* 18F1330-ICD ?
* icd2: how to read PORTB from 16F7X7
* device power toggle action: problem while running/debugging... (?)
* should be able to read/verify/blankcheck while debugging: restart debug: ask ?
* icd2: support more than one breakpoint for 18F
* advanced breakpoints (register, function, ...)
* add icd1 debugging
* support sdcdb (?)
* support ICD from CCS
* PIC30: no disassembly in disassembly listing
TODO interface:
* set breakpoint in disassembly listing, close, reopen: not displayed...
* escaping in string register entry
* add serial terminal
* "read all" registers is slow (gui refresh for each read)
* add PC and goto PC in breakpoint list view (?)
* add "random/set_range/..." actions to each range in hex editor
* more filters in device selector
* undo/redo + better selection in hex editor
* .o view: more complete (?)
* renaming of source files
* COFF disassembly highlighting does not properly highlight multiline comments for C
TODO toolchains:
* support CC8E
* PICC: no need to compile and assemble in two steps for C files
* PICC: test debugging (from C or ASM files)
* mix different compiler and assembler in a project... (subproject ?)
* support for MPASM/MPLINK (mpasm freezes my version of wine...)
* error/warning filter for C30/PICC/JAL/C18
* syntax highlighting for JAL: highlight assembler blocks
* better syntax highlighting for Boost Basic
* PICC Lite windows executable crashes with wine
* support dsPICC: demo windows only and not working with wine
* support C2C, C2C++, P2C: exception in wine...
* support Proton Basic compiler
* library project: other toolchains ?
TODO generators:
* fix cname generation for BSSEC/BSSIZ SSSEC/SSSIZ (none supported yet by gputils/sdcc ?)
* add missing template generators
* config generator: add/fix config names for gpasm/sdcc (18F) + picc + ...
TODO command-line:
* add "merge" commands to "piklab-hex"
* add utility to disassemble (?)
TODO misc:
* if CTRL+D in konsole: should restart it...
* check endianness: it should be alright since we are reading from hex file and outputing strings (?)
* add log settings: log file / timestamp
* allow saving hex to other formats
* shouldn't we always use the IHX32 format for devices 18 and up ???
* Vdd-frequency graphs ignore different osc/modes...
* code for UserId disassembly doesn't seem to be right...
DEVICES:
- finish checking device XML with XML Schema...
- make an automatic parser for file "gpprocessor.c" of gputils to extract coff codes.
- check list of devices against MPLAB for missing devices and discrepencies.
- config bits: check config bits from MPLAB
- vdd/freq: not sure I understand the Vdd range in 30F datasheets
- sometimes "vpp" depends on "vdd"...
- revision names...
- 16F630-ICD has lower Vdd requirements for read/write
- for 18F1230/1330 16F88X: Vdd-F graphs not available yet...
- 12F6XX-16F6XX-ICD have lower Vdd requirements for bulk erase
- checksums:
unknown : 16C641/C661/C84 18J 18F2XXX/4XXX
all wrong (?) : 16CE923/CE925 30F
protected wrong (?) : 16CR73/CR74/CR76/CR77 16F72/F73/F74/F76/F77 16F873A/874A
18F1230/1330
datasheet wrong (?) : 12F508(Off:cc=DC68)
16C55A (All:cc=F332) 16C56A(All:not XOR4)
16C712(size=3FF)
16F616 (All:bc=FFBE cc=CBD8)
18F4331(same as 18F2331)
18F2439/4439/6520/8520 (wrong program size)
blank value discrepencies : 18F6525
- 16C433: config bits datasheet do not agree with progsheet (used progsheet)
- 16CR54/16C557: status ?
- 16HV540: discrepency between datasheet and progsheet for CP bits
- 18F2585/4585/2680/4680: data sheet is wrong for block description (boot block size is variable)
- 18F6X10/6X90: discrepencies between datasheet and progsheet for PM and EBTR bits
- unknown devices (from gpasm) : 18F2681/F4681/F64J15/F84J15
- 16CR57A ?
- nr: PS501 PS810 PS700
- new devices:
33F
24F16/32/48
18F6628/8628/6723/8723 (compatible 18F8722)
- future devices:
16F526
18F23K20/24K20/25K20/26K20
18F43K20/44K20/45K20/46K20
24FJ256GA110
GPUTILS: 0.13.5
- 16C54A: _CP_ON doesn't yield 0x007 [fixed in trunk]
- 16C715: _CP_75 is missing [fixed in trunk]
- 16F737/767/777 16F87/88: _FCMEN_OFF doesn't yield 0xFFE [submitted]
- 16F883/884/886/887: BORV_21 doesn't yield 0xEFF
- 17C42A/C43/C44: _PMC_MODE doesn't yield 0x7FAF
- 18F1230/1330: BORV doesn't have the correct values in .inc file
- 18F258/458: BORV_25 should be BORV_20
- 18F2510: using 12F510 lkr (?)
- 18F6X10/6X90/8X10/8X90: missing PM/EBTR (if they exists on these devices ??)
- 18J: config bits commented in "inc" file
SDCC: 2.7.0
- 16CR620A/CR73/CR74/CR76/CR77: missing include
- 16F616/F747/F946: missing include
- 16F737/767/777/87/88: cf gputils
- 16F886/887: missing DEBUG define [fixed in trunk]
- 18F1320/2320/2525/4525: missing include
- 18F2221/2321/4221/4320: not supported by GPUtils 0.13.5
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