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PiKdev

   0.8.4  

KDE Development Environment

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PiKdev
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Link:  http://pikdev.free.fr
Minimum required   KDE 3.1.x
Downloads:  2883
Submitted:  Jan 13 2004
Updated:  Jan 30 2006

Description:

PiKdev is an IDE dedicated to the development of PICMicro (TM) based applications.
Features:
-KDE compliant look and feel
-KATE based advanced muti-view editor
with syntax hightligth of assembler source code, multiple buffers with tabbed access.
-One click access to gpasm assembler
and gplink linker
-One click access to faulty instructions in case of assembly errors.
-Project management (C language and assembler)
-Integrated programming engine for a wide range of 12 bits, 14 bits or 16 bits flash or EPROM based PIC microcontrollers.
(Adding new devices is easy)
-Support for parallel and serial port programming hardware

PiKdev needs the gputils package
(see http://gputils.sourceforge.net)




Changelog:

0.8.4

--Partial rewrite of internal programmer driver integration framework :
This rewrite is intended to prepare support for external programmers. The
development of new device drivers have been simplified and is more generic:
one can now write less code to support more devices.

--New devices : Due to rewrite of driver integration framework, many new
devices are now supported. Please consult the exact list below.This list
contains up to 158 device references, so it is impossible for me to test all
this stuff. All the devices support I have tested work, but I can't offer any
guarantee about the others. I ask pikdev users to systematically report their
experiences, so I will be able to maintain a list of really tested devices on
PiKdev homepage.

--User interface: Improved programmer widget : The programmer widget now
displays a progress bar and user interface is no longer freezed during long
programming operations. Moreover, the config bits configuration widget now
displays tooltips documenting each bit of the CONFIG registers. This feature
was technically already implemented, but supported by a limited range of
drivers. It is now usable with all devices and is very handy.

--pkp revamped : pkp, the stand alone programmer build onto PiKdev programming
engine now supports a complete command line mode. Old interactive mode is
still available when one run pkp without any argument. Remember that pkp
doesn't need neither Qt nor KDE to work.

The following devices are supported, for both JDM and TAIT style programmers:

Pic 10F devices
p10f200 p10f202 p10f204 p10f206
Pic 12F devices
p12f508 p12f509 p12f629 p12f635 p12f675 p12f683
Pic 12C devices
p12c508 p12c508a p12c509 p12c509a p12c671 p12c672 p12ce518 p12ce519 p12ce673
p12ce674
Pic 16C devices
p16c620 p16c620a p16c621 p16c621a p16c622 p16c622a p16c62a p16c62b p16c63a
p16c64a p16c65a p16c65b p16c66 p16c67 p16c71 p16c710 p16c711 p16c712 p16c716
p16c72 p16c72a p16c73a p16c73b p16c745 p16c74a p16c74b p16c765 p16c773
p16c774 p16c923 p16c924 p16c925 p16c926 p16ce623 p16ce624 p16ce625 p16cr62
p16cr620a p16cr63 p16cr64 p16cr65 p16cr73 p16cr74 p16cr76 p16cr77 p16cr83
p16cr84
Pic 16F devices
p16f505 p16f54 p16f627 p16f627a p16f628 p16f628a p16f630 p16f636 p16f639
p16f648a p16f676 p16f684 p16f685 p16f687 p16f688 p16f689 p16f690 p16f73
p16f74 p16f76 p16f77 p16f818 p16f819 p16f83 p16f84 p16f84a p16f87 p16f870
p16f871 p16f872 p16f873 p16f873a p16f874 p16f874a p16f876 p16f876a p16f877
p16f877a p16f88

Pic 18F devices
p18f1220 p18f1320 p18f2220 p18f2221 p18f2320 p18f2321 p18f2410 p18f2410
p18f242 p18f2420 p18f2450 p18f2455 p18f248 p18f2480 p18f2515 p18f252 p18f2520
p18f2525 p18f2550 p18f258 p18f2580 p18f2585 p18f2610 p18f2620 p18f2680
p18f4220 p18f4221 p18f4320 p18f4321 p18f4410 p18f442 p18f4420 p18f4450
p18f4455 p18f448 p18f4480 p18f4510 p18f4515 p18f452 p18f4520 p18f4525
p18f4550 p18f458 p18f4580 p18f4585 p18f4610 p18f4680 p18f5620 p18f6525
p18f6621 p18f8525 p18f8621

0.8.0:

** cpik C compiler for pic 18 devices is now available **

PiKdev improvements:
-- New devices : The following new devices are now supported: 18F2550, 18F4550, 18F2455, 18F4455
-- Syntax highlight : Improved for better support of .slb source library and support for SFRs coloring.
-- C language support : A first support for C development is available. It has been designed for supporting cpik, my new C compiler for 18F devices. With C projects, only one click is sufficient to compile, link and assemble an application.
Feedbacks are welcome.

Older versions:

See http://pikdev.free.fr




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 Program name...

 
 by mabs on: Apr 7 2004
 
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Emmm just for the record... Your programs name is kind of dirty *lol*
In my langauge, danish pik, is a guys "happy stick"


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 Re: Program name...

 
 by lagaleck on: Apr 8 2004
 
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pic comes from microchip and I replaced C with K because my IDE is a KDE app.

Nothing else.

Alain


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 Re: Re: Program name

 
 by mabs on: Apr 11 2004
 
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I know... i know :-)
I just thought it was kind of dirty, given the meaning in my native language


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 Integration

 
 by jstaniek on: Apr 8 2004
 
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It may be too much work, but have you though about merging your project with KDevelop3?


regards,
Jaroslaw Staniek / Kexi Team

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 Re: Integration

 
 by amilcar on: May 25 2004
 
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Yeap I also think it makes sense. There is no need to have two different IDEs. KDevelop is flexible enough to integrate PiKdev code (KDevelop is plug-in oriented).

And that way PiKdev would "magically" gain features like CVS integration, project wide search and replace, documentation browser,.... etc etc.


KDevelop rules!
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 Re: Re: Integration

 
 by lagaleck on: Jan 30 2006
 
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Many reasons:

a) Too much work, if not done from scratch

b) Users really not need "sophisticated" features like CVS,
installation options, configure automake autoconf and all these stuffs.
From my experience, users are often electronic hobbyist that are not concerned by too sophisticated tools,
and are easily confused.

c) Anyway by reusing Kate, PiKdev already gains a lot of benefits from KDE framework. Not so bad. It has been rather difficult due to the lack of documentation. I had to read KWrite and Kate source code to understand something.
I really do not want to have the same trouble with Kdevelop.

Regards,
Alain


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 No comment

 
 by amilcar on: Aug 30 2005
 
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Why didn't you comment on my last post ?


KDevelop rules!
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 Re: No comment

 
 by lagaleck on: Jan 30 2006
 
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Sorry, I did not see it.

Please see my previous response.

Alain


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 older versions

 
 by rene13 on: Jun 13 2006
 
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where i can find older version of Pikdev ?


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