Monthly Archive: February 2012

Feb 06

Two clicks to program a PIC

Sometimes you end up having to program a device with many different types of firmware. For a project I’ve used PICs on, this was the case. Here’s how to setup things so that all it requires is two clicks to load the firmware from windows explorer.

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Feb 04

Multithreading, Python and passed arguments

Recently I’ve had a project that required precompiling the firmware for a device so that the end user could program the device, but not have the source code. We’re not talking about a few versions of the code, but almost 1000. This is something that no person would want to do, especially since it would …

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