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Offline nigelwright7557

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Re: MCU as a HID Device
« Reply #25 on: August 08, 2019, 10:18:07 pm »
[Good to know, as a few years back, I also found the waitingforfriday code interesting and helpful.  Would you be able to post the complete PIC32MX MPLAB project you converted somewhere (+ enough of a schematic or pin connection list to make sense of the code)?

I still have concerns about a C18 =>XC8 port.  Hopefully its got easier since I last had that chore.

The project is huge, its a large pc program and a large MPLAB X Harmony project too.
Most of it irrelevant to your project, it would need massive cutting down and I don't have the time.
If you use the waitingforfriday project that will get you started, then just convert it to Harmony.
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Re: MCU as a HID Device
« Reply #26 on: August 09, 2019, 08:21:16 pm »
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