Frequently Asked Questions

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===What is its license?===
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See [[Pigmeo_Licenses|Pigmeo Licenses]].
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[[Supported_architectures_and_devices|Full list of supported architectures and devices]]
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[[Supported_architectures_and_devices|Full list of supported architectures and devices]].
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[[Supported_architectures_and_devices|Full list of supported architectures and devices]].
==Pigmeo Compiler==
==Pigmeo Compiler==

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Frequently Asked Questions about the Pigmeo Project

Contents

Pigmeo

What is its license?

See Pigmeo Licenses.

What hardware architectures are supported?

Full list of supported architectures and devices.

What microcontrollers are supported?

Full list of supported architectures and devices.

Pigmeo Compiler

What is a device library?

Device libraries are .dll files named after a specific microcontroller device that contains all the information required by Pigmeo Compiler about that device, and all the variables, classes, objects, structs and functions you need when you are developing your application for that device.

Examples of device libraries: PIC16F877A.dll, PIC16F716.dll, dsPIC30F6010A.dll...