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2001\01\08@180641 by Duane Brantley

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Hello everyone,

I'm looking for a reasonably priced PIC C compiler.  The HiTech on is nice,
but just WAY to expensive to the home user.  I was wondering if anyone had
any thought or comments about the Forest Electronic Developments (FED)PIC C
compiler.  It's just $80 and is written just for the PICs.

If there are any other worth considering, please let mw know.

Thanks,

Duane

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2001\01\08@181518 by Dale Botkin

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On Mon, 8 Jan 2001, Duane Brantley wrote:

> I'm looking for a reasonably priced PIC C compiler.  The HiTech on is nice,
> but just WAY to expensive to the home user.  I was wondering if anyone had
> any thought or comments about the Forest Electronic Developments (FED)PIC C
> compiler.  It's just $80 and is written just for the PICs.
>
> If there are any other worth considering, please let mw know.

I use and recommend CCS PICC.  I have their PCM compiler, which does all
14-bit PICs and integrates nicely with MPLAB.  I don't like their support
& update policy, but you can't have everything.

Dale
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2001\01\08@202059 by Keith Henriksen

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I recently purchased the Forest Electronic Developments (FED)PIC C compiler.
(PIXIE)  The PIXIE environment ships with the same compiler as the
standalone compiler.  Although I haven't had time to thouroughly test it as
yet, the asembly code it generates looks to be efficient.  If you have
specific questions, I would suggest calling the UK.  Robin answered all of
my questions and shipped the product the next day.  For the price, I am very
impressed.

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2001\01\09@065815 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,

I use the PCM compiler, too. It has the said specialities on support
policy, but it does what it promises. The main advantage is the huge
amount of built-in routines. I use the 2.703 version and it is the price
worth.

You may consider the C2C of P. Baranov, or look at http://www.bknd.com. The
latter does excellent code optimizing, but somewhat more expensive. They
have a limited free version, though.

Regards,
Imre


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2001\01\10@180809 by ronruss

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I liked the CCS PCM compiler so much I decided to add it to
my products. Best price also, $89.


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