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'Which C compiler to use?'
1999\03\01@213138 by Nick Taylor

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Hi all - -
I'm new to PICs ... and think that using a C compiler that
generates an MPASM compatible assembly file would ease the
learning curve.  I'm a hobby user (and a poor one at that),
so a free or low cost compiler is what I'm looking for.  Any
recommendations?

Also, recommendations about UV erasers?

Thanks,
- - - Nick - - -

1999\03\02@080800 by Wolfgang Kynast

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Hi Nick,

NT> I'm new to PICs ... and think that using a C compiler that
NT> generates an MPASM compatible assembly file would ease the
NT> learning curve.  I'm a hobby user (and a poor one at that),
NT> so a free or low cost compiler is what I'm looking for.  Any
NT> recommendations?

I'm using the CCS compiler and are quite pleased with it.
You will find links to other C compilers including free ones
on my site listed below.

Regards,
Wolfgang
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PIC links:
http://people.frankfurt.netsurf.de/wky/pic.htm

1999\03\02@115043 by Christopher Fowler

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I've been using the C2C compiler for about two months.  It's not quite ANSI,
but it does the trick - and it's free.  I found it complete enough to do
RS-232 (three wire) programming without any assembly.
- Christopher

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Christopher Fowler
HED, ChronoFish LLC
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1999\03\02@151637 by Christopher Fowler

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I'm sorry I didn't includ the URL for the C2C compiler in my last message,
and since enough people have asked me about it....

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/3656/c2c/c.html


What I wrote before:

I've been using the C2C compiler for about two months.  It's not quite
ANSI,but it does the trick - and it's free.  I found it complete enough to
do RS-232 (three wire) programming without any assembly.
- Christopher

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Christopher Fowler
HED, ChronoFish LLC
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From: Nick Taylor <ntaylorspamKILLspamINAME.COM>
To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU <EraseMEPICLISTspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Date: Monday, March 01, 1999 9:31 PM
Subject: Which C compiler to use?
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1999\03\02@221325 by Peter J. Bisbal

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       A friend of mine has developed an inexpensive ($59) C compiler for
the Scenix SX chips and PIC chips. He has developed a debugger as well.

       Take a look at http://members.aol.com/sxcompiler/ for information
on the compilers and his debugger. A quick review of his compiler for the
PIC chips was recently done by Peter Anderson and can be found at:
http://www.phanderson.com/PIC/PICC/grich_overview.html

       If you decide to purchase please tell him I sent you.
Unfortunately, I'm not on commission....

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Hi all - -
I'm new to PICs ... and think that using a C compiler that
generates an MPASM compatible assembly file would ease the
learning curve.  I'm a hobby user (and a poor one at that),
so a free or low cost compiler is what I'm looking for.  Any
recommendations?

Also, recommendations about UV erasers?

Thanks,
- - - Nick - - -

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Peter J. Bisbal on 02-Mar-99 at 21:57

1999\03\07@180850 by Mark Willis

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Nick Taylor wrote:
>
> Hi all - -
> I'm new to PICs ... and think that using a C compiler that
> generates an MPASM compatible assembly file would ease the
> learning curve.  I'm a hobby user (and a poor one at that),
> so a free or low cost compiler is what I'm looking for.  Any
> recommendations?
>
> Also, recommendations about UV erasers?
>
> Thanks,
>  - - - Nick - - -

 On UV Erasers, I like the Walling "DataRase 2"s I have (Got 2 so I can
use them simultaneously in case of severe project load, or in case one
gets sick - which has only happened once.)  Datarase 3 has a built-in
timer, I have an external clockwork timer already <G>  Walling supports
these well (I suspect mine had a bad part - not Walling's fault - and it
melted the case partially, which I've NEVER seen before (I've used
Walling's a lot!) - Walling charges $ 9.50 plus $3.00 S & H last I
asked, after the 6 month full warranty period;  they're at
1-800-338-9813.  Pretty quick repair, too.

 The Walling uses a G4T5 lamp, for those interested in "rolling their
own" - I could but have stayed so busy I figured it was better to spend
some dollars than ANY time.  And they're pretty quick to erase parts.

 Mark

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