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Posted: 12 January 2018 at 1:01am | IP Logged Quote matherp

Please find attached V5.4.08 for the 100/144 pin chips

2018-01-12_010028_MMX5.04.09.zip

and the 64-pin chips

2018-01-12_010110_MMX645.04.09.zip

This release contains the USER display driver Geoff has included in MM2 and MM+ versions 5.4.09.


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Board PIC32-EMZ64, serial connection via native USB.
ANSI escape sequences not work :(

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Posted: 11 February 2018 at 2:40am | IP Logged Quote matherp

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Board PIC32-EMZ64, serial connection via native USB.
ANSI escape sequences not work :(


If you mean you are connecting the Micromite direct as a CDC device then you should be aware that the expectation now is that you use an external USB UART such as the PIC16F1455 microbridge. The latest release of the Micromite eXTreme replaces the USB CDC functionality with USB HID HOST to allow connection of a USB keyboard.
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matherp wrote:

The latest release of the Micromite eXTreme replaces the USB CDC functionality with USB HID HOST to allow connection of a USB keyboard.

Well, I made serial connection the same as latest release of the Micromite eXTreme via RF0/RF1 at 38400. It works but still no ANSI support.
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It works but still no ANSI support.


What do you mean by ANSI?
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If I undersand correctly, the microbridge does all work, related to ANSI interpretation?
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matherp wrote:

What do you mean by ANSI?

ansi escape sequences.
It is realized in Maximites.

Edited by Kabron on 11 February 2018 at 11:30pm
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Posted: 12 February 2018 at 3:34am | IP Logged Quote matherp

The MMX is based on the micromite not the maximite. I am still unclear what you are trying to do. The micro bridge just passes ASCII characters to the micromite. It does not interpret anything. If there is something the normal micromite does that the MMX doesn't then it is a bug otherwise it it not current scope.
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