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sahu

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what's basic differences between
1- HCPIC-std-xxxx
2- HI-TECH Enterprise Edition
3- HCPICP-pro-xxxx
 

sahu

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any body not reply !
its means no basic differences between each other !!!
 

Ian Rogers

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I haven't heard about the HCPIC compiler!!!

But! Hi-Tech lite is free and compiles any size code...However!! optimization is switched off and your code will be bloated... Ie.. 2k of code will come out 2.5k ~ 3k..

Enterprise edition Has a basic optimizer... 2k of code will come out around 2.2k~ 2.5k

Pro Edition Has a full optimizer and will give the tightest code...

The difference in £££.... Lite... Free. Enterprise... @450~500... Pro 650+

You cannot get Hitech any more... You have to use XC8, XC16 etc....
 

sahu

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I haven't heard about the HCPIC compiler!!!

But! Hi-Tech lite is free and compiles any size code...However!! optimization is switched off and your code will be bloated... Ie.. 2k of code will come out 2.5k ~ 3k..

Enterprise edition Has a basic optimizer... 2k of code will come out around 2.2k~ 2.5k

Pro Edition Has a full optimizer and will give the tightest code...

The difference in £££.... Lite... Free. Enterprise... @450~500... Pro 650+

You cannot get Hitech any more... You have to use XC8, XC16 etc....
u say means best is pro ver . , only Pro Edition Has a full optimizer and will give the tightest code...
& std-xxxx or Enterprise Edition not Has a full optimizer and not give the tight tightest code...
 

Ian Rogers

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Yep!
http://www.microchip.com/pagehandler/en_us/devtools/mplabxc/
Here is a bit of a graph!!...

If you are using a pic chip larger than the code you require, then optimization will not be an issue other than a bit more speed.... Optimizing will give tight code and a tiny speed boost...

Example.... Nigel's tutorials 6.6 mad for the pic16f628a.. I converted the code to C... When compiled the code was just less than 2k... But!! I needed to supply code so folks with the free version could use... Without the full optimization there was just under 3k of code so I told users to buy the slightly larger chip pic16f648a...
 
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