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Third Party compilers support for Phyton PIC tools
The Project-MC IDE allows you to bundle Phyton debugging tools with C compilers of industry leaders in one integrated development system. There are two different levels of integration: a) source-level and symbolic debugging and b) full project-level support.
Source-level and symbolic debugging
Phyton PICE-MC and PDS-MC tools provide source-level and symbolic debugging for all popular 'PIC' compilers of the following vendors:
You can create and build your projects using original vendor's tools and then load output files for source-level and symbolic debugging to the PICE-MC or PDS-MC. You can also load HEX files for non-symbolic debugging.
All emulators provide source-level support for C compilers today but only our Project-MC IDE offers you an even deeper level of integration known as a full project support. This gives you a great benefit of working in one development environment from entering your source code to completing your project. Today, Project-MC provides full project-level support for C compilers and assemblers of the following vendors:
Install the compiler on your PC once and forget about it! It is not necessary now to switch between two different development environments - Phyton IDE becomes the program shell that controls both your compiler and emulator. The compiler installed on your PC can be set up via our IDE exactly as it would be set up via the original vendor's IDE. Then our project manager automatically re-compiles and re-builds your project whenever it is changed. Any error detected after compiling/linking will be highlighted for prompt editing in the Source/Edit window. It cuts development time dramatically and makes your development session more convenient and easy.
Some of the compilers above might also be previously sold under the heading of other brands.
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