MPIDE calls mphidflash rather than avrdude when it is time to bootload a new sketch. It's just a different command line tool, that's all.
ChipKIT libraries that are linked into the sketch/application include the Microchip USB stack operating as a CDC device, hooked into the serial library of the ChipKIT core functions,
set to run in INTERRUPT mode. (so that a while(1) in the sketch doesn't disable the ability to reset the processor)
Dano wrote:Hi Brian,
Sorry, but I'd really argue against the mphidflash approach you've described ... I do understand the reasoning, but it really limits the end user to only being able to use the USB as a virtual COMport.
rtestardi wrote: I didn't have the guts to reprogram my UBW32v1, UBW32v2, or CUI32 -- but if you guys point me to the original bootloader files so I can go back, I can test that tomorrow night. Heck, I'll even get to sleep tonite and be chipper for work in the AM!
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