Pyastra is a Python to assembler translator that supports the Microchip PIC16 instruction set. It is designed to generate compact and effective code.
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Release Notes: Left shift special case (x << 0) has been fixed.
Release Notes: The command line front end is now able to call an assembler (-S to disable). Package includes more examples. This release supports multiple pages of Program memory. New functions added: sleep() (makes the PIC sleep) and on_interrupt() (called on any enabled interrupts). The asm() function now has internal parser that adds code for selecting banks, and requires only assembly code (the previous format is still enabled). Better support of ICD. Support has been added for loops from 0 to 255, including 255. There are some bugfixes.
Release Notes: The generated code is now 30-40% more effective and the program uses approximately 50% of previous RAM usage. Support for the following microcontrollers was added: 12f508, 12f509, 12f635, 12f683, 16f505, 16f636, and 16f785. There are now more operations with bits including bits copying, and partial support of variable indices. Examples were added. The setup now works in Python < 2.2.3. There are a lot of bugfixes, and minor architecture changes.
Release Notes: PIC12* and PIC14000 support, and a lot of bugfixes. Warning: this is still a preview release! It may generate incorrect code.
No changes have been submitted for this release.