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2004\10\01@175918 by Bob Blick

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Has anyone seen this:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/eclipse-picdt/

"The eclipse-picdt plug-in provides an open-source, cross-platform
software development environment for the entire line of PIC
microcontrollers. The goal for picdt is to create an complete environment
containing all the features found in MPLAB while addi"

-Bob


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2004\10\01@200850 by Nate Duehr

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Bob Blick wrote:

>Has anyone seen this:
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>http://sourceforge.net/projects/eclipse-picdt/
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>"The eclipse-picdt plug-in provides an open-source, cross-platform
>software development environment for the entire line of PIC
>microcontrollers. The goal for picdt is to create an complete environment
>containing all the features found in MPLAB while addi"
>
>-Bob
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I hadn't seen the PIC stuff before, but on one of the Linux discussion
lists I'm on, a number of Java coders touted the praises of Eclipse
highly this week.

I'd never heard of Eclipse before that, but they all seem very impressed
with it, calling it the "best" IDE for Java development.

So from reading your note, I'd assume that Eclipse is an IDE that
alllows plug-ins for various types of development and someone's workin'
on a PIC plug-in.  Cool.

Nate
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2004\10\01@211658 by Mike Hord

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On Fri, 01 Oct 2004 18:08:11 -0600, Nate Duehr <spam_OUTnateTakeThisOuTspamnatetech.com> wrote:
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2004\10\01@230610 by Ken Pergola

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Bob Blick wrote:


> Has anyone seen this:
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> http://sourceforge.net/projects/eclipse-picdt/


Hi Bob,

No, but it's funny that you mention this. I've been seeing a lot of
references to Eclipse in Software Development Magazine lately. A few days
before your post, I checked out their (Eclipse's) web site out of interest:
http://www.eclipse.org

I have not used it or downloaded anything, but it looks interesting. Thanks
for sharing the information you posted.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola


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2004\10\01@235951 by piclist

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On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Ken Pergola wrote:

> No, but it's funny that you mention this. I've been seeing a lot of
> references to Eclipse in Software Development Magazine lately.

HI-TECH recently announced that they intend to use Eclipse as the IDE
for their PIC C compilers.

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2004\10\02@110729 by Ken Pergola

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John W. Temples wrote:

> HI-TECH recently announced that they intend to use Eclipse as the IDE
> for their PIC C compilers.

Hi John,

Thanks for the info. I quickly went to their web site after seeing your
comment but did not see any mention of Eclipse -- maybe I missed it?
Was it posted on their web site or did you hear about this from someone at
HI-TECH?

Thank you John.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola


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2004\10\02@143856 by piclist

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Ken Pergola wrote:

> > HI-TECH recently announced that they intend to use Eclipse as the IDE
> > for their PIC C compilers.

> Thanks for the info. I quickly went to their web site after seeing your
> comment but did not see any mention of Eclipse -- maybe I missed it?

I saw it mentioned on the forums.

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2004\10\02@151114 by Ken Pergola

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John W. Temples wrote:

> I saw it mentioned on the forums.


Hi John,

Ok, thanks John -- I'll focus my search there.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\10\04@083139 by cisco J. A. Ares

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That would be great, specially if they are able to include ICD and ICE
support. This will make me stop switching from Linux to Windows just to
make some PIC stuff. ;-)

Just my 2 cents
Francisco


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2004\10\05@202326 by M. Adam Davis

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I've use eclipse for many C and C++ projects and it works very well in
general.  I'd certianly like to use it for my embedded development
environment, especially if I could use the various
programmers/emulators/jtag/etc within the framework.  But I don't have
time to extend it myself, so I'll have to look at this...

-Adam

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2004\10\05@212402 by James Caska

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We are working on various emulators, debugging API's and plugins for Eclipse
-- including using java (Eclipse is based on java) for writing the code that
runs on the PIC. The powerful thing about this is that you can develop in
real-time emulation mode in the Eclipse environment for debugging your java
code and then when you are done program the same code to the PIC.

We demonstrated this at Masters 2004 this year -- Here is the presentation
for those who missed it and are curious about what Eclipse even looks like
http://www.muvium.com/edu/MUV-816/MUV-816.htm ( Skip ahead to the second
session - Frames 99 - 153 for the Eclipse section )

Eclipse is very powerful, is cross-platform, has an enourmous user base and
is growing fast. Its hard to go wrong if you want to add Eclipse to your own
personal toolkit, and oh.. It's completely free. http://www.eclipse.org.

Cheers,

James Caska
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2004\10\06@134614 by Ken Pergola

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Hi James,

Quick question:

After the initial 89 megabyte download of Eclipse, are future updates to it
component based or do you have to download each subsequent build  in its
entirety?

Thank you,

Ken Pergola


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2004\10\06@141455 by Shawn Wilton

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They're component based.


Shawn Wilton
Senior in CpE at OSU
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2004\10\06@145212 by James Caska

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Ken,

The SDK versions seem to full releases ( ~89Mb ) you can also download
runtime versions ( ~23Mb ) if you don't intend to develop Eclipse
components. They don't appear to have a patch delta mechansim. Obviously,
plugins and components not part of the release are downloaded seperately.
BTW - You also need the Sun JDK to run eclipse so if you have a dialup
connection you might want to head to your local internet café' and get some
broadband time :-)

Cheers,

James Caska
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2004\10\06@150431 by Ken Pergola

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Shawn Wilton wrote:

> They're component based.

Hi Shawn,

Great, thank you very much for this info.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\10\06@161901 by Ken Pergola

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James Caska wrote:

> The SDK versions seem to full releases ( ~89Mb ) you can also download
> runtime versions ( ~23Mb ) if you don't intend to develop Eclipse
> components.

Hi James,

Thank you. I'm downloading the fill release now.

> BTW - You also need the Sun JDK to run eclipse so if you have a dialup
> connection you might want to head to your local internet café'
> and get some broadband time :-)

Yes, I saw that mentioned on the Eclipse site. I do have dial-up --
downloading 89 megabytes is not too bad. I'll check to see how large the Sun
JDK is.

Thanks again for your note.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola


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2004\10\10@155627 by Gerhard Fiedler

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> John W. Temples wrote:
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>> HI-TECH recently announced that they intend to use Eclipse as the IDE
>> for their PIC C compilers.
>
> Thanks for the info. I quickly went to their web site after seeing your
> comment but did not see any mention of Eclipse -- maybe I missed it?
> Was it posted on their web site or did you hear about this from someone at
> HI-TECH?

I don't know where John saw it, but I just saw it here:
http://www.htsoft.com/forum/all/showflat.php?&Number=13818

Gerhard
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