ChipDic beta

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by Robin Mitchell, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. Robin Mitchell

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    Hi everyone,

    ChipDic is going freeware!!!
    Help on this will be awesome

    http://www.mediafire.com/?b7b87crr9artfzx

    This contains all the files for ChipDic. Its a windows application :)

    Let me know what needs changing. I really could do with help when making the IC pinouts. People could make 10 and submit. so if 100 people did that, 1000 pinouts documented etc :D

    Thanks,
    Robin
     
  2. mcgyvr

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    Whats a ChipDic?
     
  3. Robin Mitchell

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    Its a program that contains Pinouts of common IC's
    It means that you dont have to spend time tracking down datasheets to get the pinout. Also has coalate and print functions
     
  4. SgtWookie

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    Have you seen the GIICM?
    http://www.kingswood-consulting.co.uk/giicm/
    Kind of a similar idea, except it's all in HTML, and perhaps 50 IC's per page.

    Anyway, it would be a good place for you to find the ASCII representations already made, along with notes.

    It would make your program more useful if you could find IC's by function; ie: NAND, XOR, shift register, etc.
     
  5. Robin Mitchell

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    If you type AND in the search it does that. It scans the whole text file they are stored in. Go on, try it
    I take it back, i see what you mean. I will make it find EXACT..
     
  6. Robin Mitchell

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    Hey Sgt, do you think i would be allowed to take those pinouts and copy/paset into seperate files for chipdic???
     
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