Hi Bruno.

I'm playing with PIC18F4550 and I'm testing it's capabilities. I'm with some trouble with I2C on it, but I'll get trough it. And my next step is use USB communication to, as you wish to use in your project. So, I don't know yet how it works, but I'll work on it. I think we could work together on it with SDCC. Maybe building a USB SDCC stack fro PIC18F4550.

By the way, I depend on Linux to I quit using "windows" on my house!

Best regards,

Alexandre Martins


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De: Bruno de Pádua Mélo <brunopadua@gmail.com>
Reply-to: sdcc-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Para: sdcc-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Assunto: [Sdcc-user] USB CDC or HID implementation on SDCC
Data: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 13:59:54 -0200

Hi guys, I'm playing with SDCC for a while, always using RS232 for debug 
and communication, recently replaced my workstation for a notebook and 
no more serial ports available, so I decided to just abandon the RS232 
and go for the USB.

I've been working with Vasco-PUF USB framework but kept thinking that 
SDCC might have a library implementation for USB, specially for CDC with 
is simpler.

How can I start working with USB using SDCC not using third-part 
libraries like Vasco-PUF ?