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2001\02\27@152225 by Orbit Communications

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Does anyone know of an IDE that can be used in place of MPLAB that
will "talk" to ICE2000 emulator and hook into Hi-Tech compiler ?

I would like to not have to use MPLAB editor

Best Regards
David Huisman
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2001\02\27@162959 by Barry Gershenfeld

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You don't have to use the MPLAB editor.

I use a separate editor (Textpad), as I have no use for the
one in MPLAB.  Textpad is smart enough to warn you if
some other program changes the file while you're working
on it.  MPLAB isn't anywhere as smart, but there is no
need to even open the file there until you are trying
to interactively trace the program (I use the ICD).  I just
hit the compile button, look at where the error is, close
the error window, then switch back to the editor and make
my fix, etc.  The only thing I have to remember on my
own is to close and reopen the code window in MPLAB if
I've made any changes during a debug session.

MPLAB isn't bad; and it's better than finding, buying, and
learning another IDE.

At 07:21 AM 2/28/01 +1100, you wrote:
>Does anyone know of an IDE that can be used in place of MPLAB that
>will "talk" to ICE2000 emulator and hook into Hi-Tech compiler ?
>
>I would like to not have to use MPLAB editor
>
>Best Regards
>David Huisman

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2001\02\27@163805 by Sam Linder

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I too use Textpad - great little editor for the price and I've used many
programmers editors over the years starting way back with Brief. Like Barry
I pop in and out of MPLAB as needed. However, I agree with David. Working
with MPLAB is an ongoing exercise in frustration. I spend way too much time
working around the glitches, gotcha's, and other horrors of MPLAB. I too
would like to find a decent IDE that "...will "talk" to ICE2000 emulator and
hook into Hi-Tech compiler... " and would let me consign MPLAB to the
dustbin of history. Are you listening Microchip?

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2001\02\28@023840 by Andrew E. Kalman

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>Does anyone know of an IDE that can be used in place of MPLAB that
>will "talk" to ICE2000 emulator and hook into Hi-Tech compiler ?


HI-TECH was demoing a new IDE (HI-TIDE, I believe) at the ESC2000
show -- dunno if they plan to interface to the MPLAB-ICE ... it does
real-time simulation, etc.
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