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PAULMON2 DownloadPAULMON2 is available as assembly language source code or ready-to-run binary object code. You can now download a copy directly from this web page. PAULMON2 is in the public domain. You may copy sections of code from PAULMON2 into your own programs, even for commercial purposes. It's good form to give credit where credit is due, but even that is not required. PAULMON2 comes with "no strings attached".
Need A Pre-Programmed Chip, No ProblemIf you need a 87C52 chip pre-programmed with PAULMON2, you can buy the pre-programmed chip here.
There is documentation for PAULMON2 online.
Automatic baud rate detection code which attempts
to avoid detecting the baud rate on characters other than the
carriage return. Hopefully this will help prevent the situation
where the board appears dead, only because some "garbage" appears
on the serial line when a terminal emulation program starts up,
ms windows has to be restarted (imagine that), or some other
Memory editor can write to flash rom, page-up
and page-down keys now work in memory editor, arrow keys
work (more or less) during hex entry, cool
cin_filter routine available in the jump table, new type of startup
program to run before auto baud rate detection (see
fix_baud.asm, also in a
improvements in download and upload, fixed bug that would crash paulmon2
if a program was located on the last page in searchable memory, and
several other minor improvements.
Pick the Ready-To-Run Copy For Your Memory Configuration:All of these obj files are ready-to-program Intel Hex format. Some EPROM programmer software defaults to binary format. You must select intel-hex before loading these files. They will appear too large (due to intel-hex ascii encoding, embedded address, checksum and other info) if your programmer loads them as binary format.
For developing your own programs, the PAULMON2.EQU and PAULMON2.HDR files can be quite useful. They are also available in this ZIP archive for easier downloading. Documentation is now paritally on-line.
Original PAULMON2 Still AvailableThe original PAULMON2 supported a 28F256 Flash ROM, which is now an obsolete part... but the code is still available here, in case you have this chip.
New FeaturesNearly everything has been rewritten and improved.
DisclaimerPAULMON2 is in the public domain. PAULMON2 is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.