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c compiler for PIC16F684

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by John Fisher, Dec 3, 2004.

  1. John Fisher

    John Fisher Guest

    Hi,
    I am looking for a non-Microchip compiler that will compile to this target.
    Any help is appreciated.

    JF

    PS - is there a better group for PIC related topics?
     
  2. Leon Heller

    Leon Heller Guest

    comp.arch.embedded

    There is also the Piclist Yahoo group.

    Leon
     
  3. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

  4. Dan Henry

    Dan Henry Guest

    HI-TECH's PICC
    http://www.htsoft.com/products/picccompiler.php
    comp.arch.embedded
    Microchip's forum
    HI-TECH's forum
    PICLIST
     
  5. Rolavine

    Rolavine Guest

    Subject: Re: c compiler for PIC16F684
    Hi Tech has a demo compiler that supports the pic16f84 for free!
     
  6. Dan Henry

    Dan Henry Guest

    Actually, it's their so-called "Lite" compiler that is free.

    The demo compiler is also free, but at a cost. When operating in demo
    mode, compilation of programs will be slower then normal and some
    command-line options are disabled. The compiler will continue to
    operate in demo mode for 21 days, after which it will cease to
    function.
     
  7. Rolavine

    Rolavine Guest

    Subject: Re: c compiler for PIC16F684
    Right, thanks for the correction, I actually use the lite version, I should
    have remembered what it was called.

    Rocky
     
  8. Hal Murray

    Hal Murray Guest

    I am looking for a non-Microchip compiler that will compile to this target.

    google for gpasm or gputils
     
  9. PS - is there a better group for PIC related topics?
    and the best of all: www.piclist.com


    Wouter van Ooijen

    -- ------------------------------------
    http://www.voti.nl
    Webshop for PICs and other electronics
    http://www.voti.nl/hvu
    Teacher electronics and informatics
     
  10. John Fisher

    John Fisher Guest

    Thanks Hal,
    You understood I am looking for a c-compiler? That site seems to indicate an
    Assembler compiler, which I really don't want to learn right now.

    JF
     
  11. http://www.ccsinfo.com/devices.shtml

    Comes with a library with a lot of functions.
    I'm happy with it. I only use it as a command
    line compiler, not with their IDE.
     
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