BasicX development libraries
BasicX is a programming language for a series of microcontrollers designed and built by NetMedia, Inc. These microcontrollers, the BX01, the BX24, and BX35, are little more than a modified AVR with a bootloader. However, the presence of the bootloader means that we can only program them using the BasicX language.
This language is feature-complete with VB 6, and can only be compiled by an IDE nearly ten-years old.
These tools are written to change that.
There are three scripts, bxbuild, bxdebug, and bxproj, and a suite of shared libraries they all depend upon. bxproj will create new BasicX projects, bxbuild will compile them and download them to target devices, and bxdebug will read debugging messages being transmitted over RS232 serial communication.
For more information about BasicX, see http://www.basicx.com/
Note that to use these tools, you’ll need the BasicX compiler installed. This can be found here (http://www.basicx.com/downloads/bx-setup-210-complete.zip) for Windows. Unix users will need to use Wine to make this work.
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