I require the Bosch BSEC library for the BME680, to run on Microchip PIC32 microcontrollers.
Is there a BSEC library version compatible with Microchip's C32 or XC32 compilers (NOT for the MikroC compiler)?
I see that PIC32 is not included in the table here: https://www.bosch-sensortec.com/bst/products/all_products/bsec
However, I have found that the zip download contains a library file named "BSEC_188.8.131.52_Generic_Release\algo\bin\Normal_version\mplab\libalgobsec.a". The "mplab" suggests it is something related to Microchip. Is this library PIC32 or C32/XC32 compatible?
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Is Bosch able to provide an XC32 compatible library? This would be far more widely used than the MikroC library, which is provided.
Otherwise, changing the sensor is a better solution than changing the MCU!
Unfortunately at this time, this time here is the list of supported architectures (May 2019):
|Platform||Compiler||ROM (BSEC)||ROM (BSEC lite*)||RAM||TYPE|
|Cortex-ARM||ARMCC||19-20k||12-13k||1k||Cortex-M0, M0+, M3, M4, M4_FPU, M7|
|Cortex-ARM||GCC||20-22k||12-14k||1k||Cortex-M0, M0+, M3, M4, M4_FPU, M7|
|AVR_32bit||AVR-GCC||24k||13k||1k||32-bit AVR UC3|
|Android system-x86||gcc||39-49k||22-26k||1k||x86, x86_64|
|Android system-arm||gcc||21-38k||13-19k||1k||arm, arm64|
|IAR||gcc||20k||12-13k||1k||Cortex-M0, M0+, M3, M4, M4_FPU, M7|
|Raspberry PI0 linux||arm-linux-
|Raspberry PI3 linux||arm-linux-
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