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I have a project coming up that is more suitable for a 32 bit micro. It's similar to a PIC18F project I did so to ease porting I'd prefer to use a PIC32 rather than one of the Arm variants that I'm used to. My favorite compiler/IDE is SourceBoost - it's fast and always seems to produce the smallest code. Dave and Pavel I'm sure you're sick of hearing this question... Are you working on a PIC32 version? I realize this is a herculean task. But if you've developed for a 32 bit micro it's hard to go back - the programming is easier, and the taste of 32bit processing power at 60 to 80 Mhz using less energy than the 8 bit devices... What's the word? ;)

 

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Yes we started working on dsPIC/PIC24/PIC32 compiler. Might have something closer to the end of 2009.

 

Regards,

Pavel

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Yes we started working on dsPIC/PIC24/PIC32 compiler. Might have something closer to the end of 2009.

 

Regards,

Pavel

 

Thats great news!

I would definitely buy it.

Regards

Raghunathan.

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Any updates on progress or eta?

 

Still under development. As usual other more important tasks popped in and slowed down the new compiler development.

 

Regards,

Pavel

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How is the development of the PIC32 compiler progressing?

Are there updates on the development of this compiler?

I am really looking forward to the release!

 

Any news on the release for PIC24/32

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How is the development of the PIC32 compiler progressing?

Are there updates on the development of this compiler?

I am really looking forward to the release!

 

Any news on the release for PIC24/32

 

Sorry not much news here. We work on a new compiler architecture that will make it far easier to port it to new platforms but this work is still far from finish.

 

Regards,

Pavel

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