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I have started this webpage to mainly introduce the SCILAB / X2C based open source solution for Microchips 16 and 32 bit devices. The Focus at the moment is on general demos for dsPIC33EP and PIC32MZ-EF as well as motor control related demos for dsPIC33EP.

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Comments: 5
  • #1

    R T (Friday, 05 August 2016 22:18)

    Greetings all! I just downloaded SciLab/Xcos/X2C this past week, so I'm stumbling through the learning curve.

    --> One question/comment I have is: I see several examples of XCOS projects, to convert (using X2C) to targets such as Texas Instruments, ST, Microchip, etc. Is there a tutorial on how to generate "generic" code? I.E. Let's say I'm generating code for a PSOC (from Cypress semi). Is there a generic code example that shows how to still leverage XCOS and X2C for generating this code?

  • #2

    baumi (Friday, 12 August 2016 20:26)

    X2C is only generating ANSI C code, that will work with an ANSI C compiler. There are some defines in for different uC families. If you find one that is close to the architecture of your uC you can fake it. Unfortunately I'm not familiar with with the PSOCs. All Microchip 16 and 32 bit devices are supported.

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