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Microchip launched MPLAB XC compilers [News]
posted May 3 2012 19:37.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I just received a newsletter from Microchip regarding their new range of C compilers for PIC and dsPIC chips. With this new range, they claim smaller and faster code (that goes for C developers of course), 35% smaller and 30% faster than the previous compilers.

Microchip's new range of C Compilers lets you increase the code speed of any PIC® MCU or dsPIC® DSC by 30%, whilst also cutting code size by 35%.

MPLAB® XC compilers give you the choice of Free, Standard or Pro code optimisation levels for 8-bit, 16-bit or 32-bit development, or a single C compiler suite to support all 900+ Microchip MCUs and DSCs.

The Free edition of MPLAB XC is a fully functional compiler with no license restrictions for commercial use, whilst the Standard and Pro editions increase code optimisation by up to 25% or 50% respectively. The Pro edition is also available for a free, full-function and unrestricted 60-day trial.

Seamless operation with existing compilers and debugger/programmers in the award-winning MPLAB X and legacy MPLAB IDEs, makes MPLAB XC easy to use and maximises investment in your existing Microchip development tools.

  • Supports all 8-, 16- and 32- bit PIC MCUs and dsPIC® DSCs

  • Integrates with MPLAB® X IDE and all Microchip development tools

  • Different optimization levels to suit your needs with FREE downloads available

  • Runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X

  • Which makes me hot to change back to my beloved Linux.........

    Get the latest versions from here.

    [Link: Microchip]

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  • At 4 May 2012, 14:25:18 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @cheerio And then please tell me how you find them, do a comparison for me, will you?

  • At 4 May 2012, 11:16:00 user cheerio wrote:   [reply @ cheerio]
    • I think i will give those pics a shot. Only did AVR so far.

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