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1998\11\24@121106 by ChuckGlenn

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I'm developing a free-ware Assembler and Simulator for the Scenix
mcus.  These chips are PIC16C5x pin and instruction backward-
compatible, but with some added intructions.  They are cheaper
and faster than the 5x chips, and come with flash memory.
Mouser Electronics has 18-dip and 28-dip versions for less than $7
each!!!  Unfortunately, existing programmers will not program these
chips.

I will eventually sell Programming hardware and software
compatible with my Assembler and Simulator, but I will continue to
give the Assembler and Simulator away for free.

Please dowload the latest version from
"http://members.aol.com/~glennce".

Please direct politely-worded feedback to
"spam_OUTChuckGlennTakeThisOuTspamEarthlink.net"

Thanks
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1998\11\24@123600 by Scott Dattalo

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On Tue, 24 Nov 1998, Chuck Glenn wrote:

> I'm developing a free-ware Assembler and Simulator for the Scenix
> mcus.  These chips are PIC16C5x pin and instruction backward-
> compatible, but with some added intructions.  They are cheaper
> and faster than the 5x chips, and come with flash memory.
> Mouser Electronics has 18-dip and 28-dip versions for less than $7
> each!!!  Unfortunately, existing programmers will not program these
> chips.
>
> I will eventually sell Programming hardware and software
> compatible with my Assembler and Simulator, but I will continue to
> give the Assembler and Simulator away for free.


Hey Chuck,

If you're giving the stuff away, why not join the GNUPIC project? gpasm
supports the 12bit mnemonics (thanks to James Cameron) and gpsim is about
to support the 12bit cores. Granted, neither of these are SX, but I
promise you they're not far behind. In fact, Eric Smith has already
submitted a patch James Bowman to add SX support in gpasm.

Scott

1998\11\24@134950 by Andy Kunz

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>compatible, but with some added intructions.  They are cheaper
>and faster than the 5x chips, and come with flash memory.

Cheaper?  NOT!!

Andy


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Andy Kunz - Statistical Research, Inc. - Westfield, New Jersey USA
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1998\11\24@234014 by Tjaart van der Walt

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Andy Kunz wrote:
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> >compatible, but with some added intructions.  They are cheaper
> >and faster than the 5x chips, and come with flash memory.
>
> Cheaper?  NOT!!

You'd have to compare them to JW's if you want to compare apples
with apples. Thinking about it now, if you compared them on a
MIPs/dollar basis, they are much cheaper.

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