Sat Aug 17 18:22:27 EDT 2013

USB works? Now what?

Probably time to use a different approach.  Seem that the PK2 isn't
really very reliable, so switching to a bootloader approach seems

Also, all interesting chips and applications I'll be working on will
have USB, so maybe just build a framework?

The idea is to implement USB classes, and do it in an incremental way.
The debugger can probably be completely implemented using vendor
control requests.

For non-USB PIC chips it might be best to reprogram a PK2 circuit.

Maybe that's really the first thing to try!

What would be involved?
- A look at the schematic
- Figuring out how to use the charge pump
- Reading out the configuration bits for the osc