It seems as well that the internal weak pull-up even if set are not functional for the simulation. Same for Peripherical pin assignements (Rx & TX for USART for instance).
Am I correct ?
Thks for the project BTW.
Short answer: it is not possible, at least not easy.Is it complicated to add a new PIC to the list. Can I do it myself or just edit the existing 16F1825 one ?
Collaboration does not necesarily means coding.I would be very happy to help but not sure to have the proper expertise. I am more into Python than C or C++.
Yes, as I said before, 16F1826 will not be in version 0.4.15, and will take some time to be in 1.0.0.Other option might be to llok into what you have already implemented sinc I only need an USART and optionally a harware I2C. I am not stuck on the 16F1826.
That one is running on Gpsim, some bugs can be fixed, but adding features that are not implemented is out of my scope.- Simulating the 16F1825. I have allready explored most of its possibilities using GCBasic but there are some limitations (Internal Pull-Ups not functionning, USART can not be moved to alternative Pins)
Yes, I'm adding first the most used ones for learning, which are the clasic old on ones.- I have checked the devices available in 1.0.0 and there are more expensive than a Raspberry RP2040 or a XIAO RP2040 so not really interesting.
Ok, let's implement 16F1826.- I am willing to help with the development of Enhanced Mid Range. Could you point me to a reference PIC I should use as a reference for the old Mid Range. I would obviously use the 16F1826 as a representant of the Enhanced Mid Range.
That's great thanks.- I will test as well the 16F648 to help you out.
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