Few days ago Antonio Leite sent me this e-mail:
Dear Mr. Tsvetan Usunov
A few weeks ago I purchased a board PIC32-Pinguino-MX220 and started working on it.
As I was new to PICs 32 microcontrollers, I started searching code and samples on the internet, besides reading the user manual and the library pdf to have the minimum code to make a led to blink and understand how this pic32 family works.
I started thinking that lots of people must overtake the same boring tasks before having the board fully functional.
Then I started writing an application that generates code automatically for me and my colleagues. The application was a success and everybody started saying that Olimex should be interested in this application.
I am sending a pdf that I would like Mr Usunov to have a view and see if this kind of application has some interest for Olimex.
I am attaching a project so that it can be open on the MPLABX environment. The files .c and .h generated by the application are ADCDrv, CoreTimerDrv, GPIODrv, PWMDrv, UARTDrv and configurator.xml.
To connect the board to the computer I used a USB-Serial-Cable-F