Low Cost EPROM programmer
steve at cosam.org
Fri Jun 20 03:08:32 CDT 2008
2008/6/20 Steve Robertson <steerex at ccvn.com>:
>> > I wish there was a good LINUX based IDE for it.
>> You mean programmer control software? Is programming information
>> available for it?
> Yeah. I guess IDE would be the wrong terminology.
> The Willem Programmer has a real nice Windows Interface.
I have one of those, too (well, the Chinese version of it anyway).
Works a treat and set me back all of $15, IIRC! I also use a lot of
Linux-based compilers, assemblers and other such tools. I then use
VMWare on the same machine to run Windows and the programming
software. If you share your images with Samba you can read them
straight in on the Windows VM. Nothing like a proper Linux version of
the software, I know (hey, you could always write one!) but it does
provide a handy way to develop, test and debug using Linux tools
without needing a Windoze box just to run the programmer.
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