PIC C Library on Sourceforge

My PIC C library is now on Sourceforge. I’ve developed and used this library for my own projects in conjunction with the Hi-Tech PICC Lite compiler on and off for a few years now. It’s been sitting on my laptop for personal use, and I thought it was time to make it available for others to use.

Making picclib available is my first experience of Sourceforge, and a fairly pleasant one. The documentation is quite reasonable, although it helps to have some background with Unix, ssh, CVS/Subversion etc. I chose Subversion as I’ve been using it for my own projects for awhile now.

There’s plenty of Sourceforge features yet to explore. I’ll certainly use it for future projects.

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  1. CitizenSky Workshop and VStar Software « Strange Quark’s Says:

    […] that would make a difference to what you do? I have developed free software (e.g. ACE Basic, PICCLIB, others) since 1991, but for a long time I had been looking for a way to apply my software […]

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