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Discussion in 'Oshonsoft' started by Mosaic, Nov 19, 2010.

  1. Mosaic

    Mosaic Well-Known Member

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    is this supported by oshonsoft?
     
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    Oshonsoft is scheduled for an update in DEC, 2010. There will be new chips in this next release, I believe something from the 18F K series, but can't guarantee that.
     
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  5. Mosaic

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    hope so...

    Apart from Oshonsoft, can u reccommend any good text editors for asm?
     
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    Have not used it but some like notePad++
     
  7. Mosaic

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    Notepad ++ looks powerful but I can't get it to recognise the asm commands properly. After I select assembly, it does not seem to recognise PIC 16F commands to hilite them.
     
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    hi,
    This is an excellent programmers editor.PFE32.

    PFE32.EXE - Google Search
     
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    The latest one doesnt include that chip as far as I can see.
     
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    Eric I tried PFE32 it's cool but have you tried notepad++ It's real nice

    Mosaic notepad++ would maybe take two books to learn all the setting LOL but you can configure it to do what ever you want
     
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    Notepad++ does not have PIC code by default.

    Unless someone has created one already? You can create your own, you can also change the user defined syntax highlighting.
    Go to Language->User Defined.
    Then View->User-Defined Dialogue...

    You can change your keywords and operators etc from here.

    Give Notepad++ and the one that Eric suggested a "trial run"

    This is of course if you only wanted to program the device, you could also use another compiler such as Swordfish SE, that always seems a popular choice.

    If you wanted to simulate, Proteus might have this chip.

    Wilksey
     
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    It simple open this window and fix it your way
     

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