PIC USB Framework 1.0 reviewDownload
PIC USB Framework is a USB application framework dedicated to Linux (on the host side) and to the PIC 18F4550 family of microcontrollers (on the device side).
PUF includes: a bootloader that can flash the PIC application through the USB, a PIC demo and its corresponding application on the host side, and docker, the host-side flash programming utility.
The PUF also contains gputils and sdcc as cross-building tools, and odyssey 0.4vasco as a parallel port PIC programmer.
What's New in This Release:
Support for interrupts has been added.
The application code can now access the USB states.
The configuration of the bootloader is now centralized.
The bootloader USB functions are now used by default, so reflashing an application does not crash the device anymore.
EP buffers are no longer at fixed addresses.
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