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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 21 Mar 2014 00:52 
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joseLB wrote:
Hi Dany

By any chance do you know a good software do compare changes betwen 2 MP projects? I mean, one project is copy of the other, the copy received some changes and now I need to compare the original project with the changed one.
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Jose


Hello,

Please see:

Comparison of file comparison tools
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison ... ison_tools


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 21 Mar 2014 21:17 
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petar.timotijevic wrote:
joseLB wrote:
Hello,
Please see:
Comparison of file comparison tools
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison ... ison_tools
Best regards,
Peter
Thanks Peter, this list will help.
But I was wondering if there is a tool more specific to xxx.mppas or even to a mikroe Pascal Project...
Thanks again
Jose


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 21 Mar 2014 22:18 
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petar.timotijevic wrote:
joseLB wrote:
Hello,
Please see:
Comparison of file comparison tools
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison ... ison_tools
Best regards,
Peter
Thanks Peter, this list will help.
But I was wondering if there is a tool more specific to xxx.mppas or even to a mikroe Pascal Project... like something that you guys use at mikroe?
Thanks again
Jose


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 22 Mar 2014 16:00 
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joseLB wrote:
Hi Dany

By any chance do you know a good software do compare changes betwen 2 MP projects? I mean, one project is copy of the other, the copy received some changes and now I need to compare the original project with the changed one.
Thanks
Jose
Hi Jose, I used ExamDiff from PrestoSoft to compare file content. I do not use or have special software for .mpas files or for mP projects.
In a number of cases, if I want do do some actions for whole projects, I do use batchfiles... I will check if I have some batchfile that compare projects if you want.

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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 22 Mar 2014 17:29 
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Dany wrote:
joseLB wrote:
Hi Dany

By any chance do you know a good software do compare changes betwen 2 MP projects? I mean, one project is copy of the other, the copy received some changes and now I need to compare the original project with the changed one.
Thanks
Jose
Hi Jose, I used ExamDiff from PrestoSoft to compare file content. I do not use or have special software for .mpas files or for mP projects.
In a number of cases, if I want do do some actions for whole projects, I do use batchfiles... I will check if I have some batchfile that compare projects if you want.
Hi Jose, attached a batchfile that compares files in two different environments. The names of the files and their (partial) paths are read from the file "Files.txt", the output can be found in "differences.txt".


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 24 Mar 2014 22:29 
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Dany wrote:
Hi Jose, I used ExamDiff from PrestoSoft to compare file content. I do not use or have special software for .mpas files or for mP projects.
In a number of cases, if I want do do some actions for whole projects, I do use batchfiles... I will check if I have some batchfile that compare projects if you want.

Hi Jose, attached a batchfile that compares files in two different environments. The names of the files and their (partial) paths are read from the file "Files.txt", the output can be found in "differences.txt".
Thanks Dany, I will take a look.
Thanks Petar, I will check apps at your list!
Jose


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 25 Mar 2014 11:24 
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joseLB wrote:
Dany wrote:
Hi Jose, I used ExamDiff from PrestoSoft to compare file content. I do not use or have special software for .mpas files or for mP projects.
In a number of cases, if I want do do some actions for whole projects, I do use batchfiles... I will check if I have some batchfile that compare projects if you want.

Hi Jose, attached a batchfile that compares files in two different environments. The names of the files and their (partial) paths are read from the file "Files.txt", the output can be found in "differences.txt".
Thanks Dany, I will take a look.
Thanks Petar, I will check apps at your list!
Jose


Hi,

You can even use compare option from Total Commander tool.

- Select two documents,
- Open Files menu, click on Compare by Content.


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 18 Apr 2014 19:49 
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Hi, a new tool has been added to LibStock: the "Project Configuration in text Format tool, StandAlone version", see http://www.libstock.com/projects/view/971/tool-project-configuration-in-text-format-standalone-version.

It enables you to translate any config (.cfg) file from a PIC, dsPIC/PIC24 or PIC32 project (provided one of the compilers has been installed for the MCU type) to "human readable" text.

In many cases only the project code is added to e.g. a forum post, but the configuration of the MCU is at least as important. Many projects do not work because the configuration is wrong. The only possibility to show a project's configuration currently is a screen shot of the IDE's "Edit Project" menu. This is not very user friendly.
With this tool it becomes possible to add the configuration to e.g. a forum post as a text.


The tool also exists in an IDE based version, see http://www.libstock.com/projects/view/403/tool-project-configuration-in-text-format.

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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 18 Apr 2014 22:22 
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Hi Dany,

Thanks for the cool new useful tool, I will check it out.

Peace Brother, Robert.

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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 18 Apr 2014 23:28 
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Hi,

Nice tool, thank You Dany.


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 19 Apr 2014 03:08 
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Thanks Dany
Jose


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 03 May 2014 19:25 
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2014-05-03

Hi, following libraries were added to the USB_OA package (http://www.libstock.com/projects/view/71/usb-oa), for the PIC versions only:

- USB_CDC_Twin_Library: creates 2 virtual COM devices on the PC
- USB_CDC_Library_P18FxxJ53: the same as USB_CDC_Library but specifically for the P18FxxJ53 family
- USB_CDC_PP2_Library_P18FxxJ53: same as above but with ping pong buffering.

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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
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Thank you :D


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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 30 May 2014 16:40 
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Hi,

The LM35 library has been added to the TempSensors package, see http://www.libstock.com/projects/view/104/tempsensors.
No float calculations have been used in the conversion routines, so the code is more code size effective than usually in this type of calculations.
A special version of the conversion routine, even cheaper in code size, is provided for one special case: 5V ADC Vref and 1024 ADC steps.

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 Post subject: Re: PIC related website
PostPosted: 30 May 2014 17:08 
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I've read in the interview that you're currently working on this library, but I didn't realize it would be released so soon :shock:
Thank you so much for all your contributions. They're very appreciated :D

Best Wishes and Best Regards

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