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SubjectRe: writing a parallel port driver to support external hardware
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>>>>> "tr" == "Tracy R Reed" <treed@straylight.connectnet.com> writes:

tr> Hmm...Why parallel? Sounds like a pain. Many good microcontrollers have
tr> serial I/O built into them. I know most of the PIC and 68hc11 do.

Do you know of any cross-compilers for any of these boards that run
under Linux? Most I've seen only have DOS interfaces and I don't want
to buy another computer just to program the thing.

Johnie

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