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« on: July 17, 2014, 12:56:49 00:56 »

Many Pic programmers works on small 8-18 pin pics usually using assembler... On many cases due to the fast real-time process involved, there is no way to use a proper ICD tool to debug your project in such small devices doing real-time fast (and very cheap) applications... I developed this small debugger that only needs 1-Bit I/O port available (or shared with the application) on the target pic... It doesn't uses any resource from the target and lets you do whatever you want on your target pic hardware. Works on any pic 12F, 16F (including 12F and 16F enhanced versions) and 18F. Is very cheap and easy to build and totally freeware (no restrictions) and source code included. Maybe it will be useful to any hard pic programmer and hope to share any (constructive or destructive) ideas about this little tool.
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