What 8052 derivative chips does Pinnacle support?
9. Does Pinnacle support memory maps from third party software? At this time, only one: Metalink. Supporting memory maps from third party software means you, as a user of Pinnacle and some other development system, can compile your programs with the assembler or the compiler of some other system, load the resulting HEX file into the Pinnacle Simulator, and then load the map file generated by the other system into the Simulator. This makes some symbols available to you in the Code Memory window even though the program was compiled in an external program. If you would like Pinnacle to support the map file format of some other third-party software not currently supported by Pinnacle, please contact us and let us know. We’ll do our best to support the map file format as soon as possible. 10. How does Pinnacle support I2C simulation? Pinnacle supports I2C simulation by allowing the user to assign I/O lines (such as P0.2, P0.3, etc.) as the SDA and SCL lines that make up the I2C bus. Then, b