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'[PIC] MPLAB or MPLABX beta?'
2011\08\26@074148 by Electron

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For those that have used extensively both.. is MPLABX beta really worth?

My main targets are in order dsPIC30F, PIC32MX and PIC18F.

With kind regards,
Mario

2011\08\26@125205 by Gál Zsolt

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Not really. I started to use MPLABX because of the new 16F1829, and it
was working well for me on Linux. The only problem is that PICkit2
does not support for that device so I have to use the external pk2cmd
utility.


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2011\08\26@153906 by Nathan House

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When I tried using it a few months ago, it was lacking many important
features that MPLAB has, such as the timer.

It might be better now, though.

2011\08\26@172700 by Chris Roper

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I just tried it and had all kind of driver issues and conflicts with
other devtools.
I also found the interface very un-intuitive and as I already have to
work with 4 different IDE's I don't have the inclination to learn
another one.
I may try it again when I have time, but for now I will stick to 8.x

Cheers
Chri

2011\08\26@183220 by V G

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On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 7:41 AM, Electron <spam_OUTelectron2k4TakeThisOuTspaminfinito.it> wrote:

> For those that have used extensively both.. is MPLABX beta really worth?
>
> My main targets are in order dsPIC30F, PIC32MX and PIC18F.
>

All I can say is that I like it and it's definitely a step in the right
direction to use Netbeans as the IDE platform

2011\08\27@042757 by Electron

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Hi,
meaning that the 16F1829 is not supported by MPLAB?

If so, which other PIC's aren't supported? Is there a list somewhere?

I'm using MPLAB on Winslows XP.

Thanks,
Mario


At 18.52 2011.08.26, you wrote:
>Not really. I started to use MPLABX because of the new 16F1829, and it
>was working well for me on Linux. The only problem is that PICkit2
>does not support for that device so I have to use the external pk2cmd
>utility.
>
>
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2011\08\27@075952 by Gál Zsolt

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No! I am using PIKlab on linux generally. It fits best for my
projects. I managed to compile PIKlab for using 16F1829, which is one
half of the work. The other part is gputils which is not support this
PIC yet. That is why I started to use MPLABX. MPLABX support 16F1829
and its brothers and I could transfer one of my project form 16F690 to
16F1829.

2011/8/27 Electron <.....electron2k4KILLspamspam@spam@infinito.it>:
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2011\08\27@080724 by Jan-Erik Soderholm

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Electron wrote 2011-08-27 10:27:
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> Hi,
> meaning that the 16F1829 is not supported by MPLAB?
>

It is. By the development environment as such.

It is the integrated PICkit2 support in MPLAB that does
not support some devices. You can check which yourself.

Most are supported by the stand-alone PICkit2 application.

Jan-Erik.


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2011\08\27@084914 by Oli Glaser

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On 26/08/2011 12:41, Electron wrote:
> For those that have used extensively both.. is MPLABX beta really worth?
>
> My main targets are in order dsPIC30F, PIC32MX and PIC18F.
>
> With kind regards,
> Mario
>

I looked at it briefly around a month or two ago (a related post is on the list somewhere) and decided it was not "ready" yet. I like the environment/features, but it seemed too unstable.

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