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#1 Pavel

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Posted 18 September 2004 - 06:39 AM

If you use SourceBoost, BoostC or C2C compilers and like them we ask you to put a phrase about it on your web site. We will even give you a free Extra Plugins license if you do so.

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#2 Manolo delos Reyes

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Posted 27 November 2004 - 06:32 AM

If you use SourceBoost, BoostC or C2C compilers and like them we ask you to put a phrase about it on your web site. We will even give you a free Extra Plugins license if you do so.

Regards,
Pavel

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Hi Pavel,
YEah, I used your C2C compiler and the renamed PICant IDE compiler to designed my calibration timer for use here at King Abdul Aziz RaceTrack in the Photo Finish section, and thanks for your Software it helps a lot in saving my time.


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Manolo

P.S.
but when I order C2C and Compiler the plugins was not there.

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Posted 28 November 2004 - 01:55 PM

Manolo,

What you need todo is put a link on your web site to www.sourceboost.com.
Then send a mail to support@sourceboost.com with your sites URL (so it can be verified) and request a plugin license.

How this helps

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#4 Manolo delos Reyes

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Posted 06 December 2004 - 12:03 PM

Hi Pavel,
thanks, I will do it.

Rgrds,
Manolo :)

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Posted 21 January 2005 - 12:11 PM

I like sourceboost IDE compiler. I already introduced it to my colleages and they're start getting interested to it. In fact, we're are planning to buy the full version and its additional pluggins to speed the completion of our projects. By the way, I'm Angelo D. Catamco working here at Philips Semiconductors Phils., Inc. as Equipment Tech II. I'm currently involve in project developments. We're currently using HIGHTECH C compiler which is harder to use, very expensive, no plugins, no debugger, etc. But now, all the bad days were gone. Thanks to GOD because he created you Mr. Pavel, the great creator of SourceBoost IDE. :rolleyes: :(

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Posted 05 March 2005 - 02:59 PM

SourceBoost is great!!

Received software on Wed and by Friday had a very large working program. I figure that if I was to write this same program in assembler it would take at least two weeks to complete.

I have even ported over some programs that I wrote in Dynamic C for the Rabbit and they worked with only a few minor syntax changes.

What a great program for the money. I really like the way it outputs the compiled code in assembler. I have entered C language commands to see how it is compiled in to assembler, this is a great way for people to learn assembler too!

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Posted 10 March 2005 - 07:47 PM

i'm a beginner with microControllers and i have to do a project for college. I tryed many programs to program pic's but no one is so easy to use and no one have these useful plugins. SourceBoost is my favorite program.

Good Job guys

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Posted 12 December 2007 - 11:36 PM

If you use SourceBoost, BoostC or C2C compilers and like them we ask you to put a phrase about it on your web site. We will even give you a free Extra Plugins license if you do so.

Regards,
Pavel


I placed my opinion of BoostC and my future intentions on http://www.theobsolete.com, here is a quote...

Ive recently purchased a standard edition of SourceBoost IDE and BoostC compiler, I like it a lot, it also has a great support community. Its a little different that Hi-Tech C, but not in a bad way, and its a hell of a lot for a hobby user like myself... (they also have free versions)

I will be hopefully releasing a fair bit of code for it when I get used to it and develop my own coding style for it..

If you would like more information about it, you can visit their homepage at http://www.sourceboost.com





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