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Open source Microchip PIC boot loaders and associated applications / utilities and general information. Our Wiki contains a list of [currently available boot loaders](AvailableBootloaders.md), mainly for the PIC18F range. Please feel free to edit and add to the wiki pages. Our aim is to make available an open source boot loader for the PIC18F2550, but it should be easily portable to other PIC18s, and will use the same protocol as [Tiny PIC bootloader](http://www.etc.ugal.ro/cchiculita/software/picbootloader.htm) developed by Claudiu Chiculita. If you would like to add your own PIC bootloader to our source repository (or make changes to the existing code) please [email joseph](mailto:email@example.com) to be added as a project member. bootloader-18f ============== This contains a modified version of the tiny bootloader, modified to make it more robust and hence more suitable for use in devices that will be reprogrammed "in field". The license is the same as tinybld, specifically: "you can modify the PIC source files for your purposes, but don't forget to mention the original source of inspiration and the author." Please see here for the original: http://www.etc.ugal.ro/cchiculita/software/picbootloader.htm pc-software =========== Contains a command line application to talk to the bootloader. As the protocol has not changed, this software can also be used with the unmodified tiny bootloader if desired. (The tiny bootloader PC app is written in Delphi and available on Windows only; this one is written in pure C and is also available for linux.) Three build environments are supported: linux: type "make" Microsoft Visual VC++ 6: use bootloader.dsp Microsoft Visual Studio 2005: use bootloader.sln The firmware image can be embedded into the binary using the encodefirmware.pl perl script. The license can be found in pc-software/LICENSE.txt If you don't like the license feel free to ask, I'll probably let you use it under a different license. -- Joseph Heenan, December 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org http://code.google.com/p/pic-bootloaders/