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2000\03\21@071229 by Soon Lee

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Hi everyone

is there any C complier out there for 16f84 and 16f877 / 6
is it compatible with mplab?

thanks
regards
soon lee

2000\03\21@072058 by briang

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Soon Lee <spam_OUTpslnTakeThisOuTspamCYBERWAY.COM.SG> wrote:
> is there any C complier out there for 16f84 and 16f877 / 6
> is it compatible with mplab?

I use the PCM compiler from Custom Computer Services.

Cost US$99 + US$99 per year if you want to get upgrades and support.

Web page: http://www.ccsinfo.com/

Brian Gregory.
.....briangKILLspamspam@spam@cix.co.uk

2000\03\21@100952 by David Kott

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> Hi everyone
>
> is there any C complier out there for 16f84 and 16f877 / 6
> is it compatible with mplab?
>


The PCM compiler was mentioned
http://www.ccsinfo.com
I use it currently.  You can step though C source and simulate in MPLAB.  I
feel it has saved my company considerable development time even in the few
days we have been using it.  Expect, however, to be surprised at the
somewhat limited C subset you will be using under it.

Also see Pavel Baranov's C2C, which isn't *really* compatible.  He offers an
excellent compiler for a fantastic price, however you can't do C source
level debugging in MPLAB like you can with CCS's PCM.  He recommends that
you just elect to place the C statements in the compiler output and step
though the assembly, which I have done on other projects/platforms for some
time... it's not all that bad.
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/3656/c2c/c.html

IAR's Embedded Workbench
www.iar.com/Main/Products/Embedded_Workbench/EW_Product.asp?id=23
For a mere US$ 2395.

Hi-Tech
http://www.htsoft.com/

-d

2000\03\21@132727 by Dale Botkin

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On Tue, 21 Mar 2000, Soon Lee wrote:

> is there any C complier out there for 16f84 and 16f877 / 6
> is it compatible with mplab?

http://www.bknd.com/ has CC5X, supports both and integrates very nicely
with MPLAB.

Dale
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2000\03\21@171733 by picxpert
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Yup. C2C. Compiler-only is $35 with 1 year of updates, MPLAB integration is
$15.

Also, there's now a C2C++ compiler. More info on both compilers at
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/3656/

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Hi everyone

is there any C complier out there for 16f84 and 16f877 / 6
is it compatible with mplab?

thanks
regards
soon lee


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2000\03\22@171445 by Mike Mansheim

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On Tue, 21 Mar 2000, Soon Lee wrote:

> is there any C complier out there for 16f84 and 16f877 / 6
> is it compatible with mplab?

I have to throw in a recommendation for the CCS compiler.  It has worked
well for me, is inexpensive, and does in-line assembly well.  The latest
version seems to be fully aware of the new flash chips.

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