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Microchip simplifies C compiler line

3/26/2012 04:26 PM EDT
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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   3/27/2012 1:51:45 PM
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Hi Duane -- when you do so, maybe you could write an article about your "out-of-the-box" (type) impressions to share with the rest of us...

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Duane Benson   3/27/2012 3:27:36 AM
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I'm expecting this to be a welcome improvement. The assortment available just from Microchip is a little confusing at times. It's on my list to download and check out.

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DrFPGA   3/26/2012 4:45:28 PM
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Free and evaluation versions are a great way to go. I can complete most of my design for free and then compare the optimizations available from the Pro version. If there is a big advantage, I can make the purchase with confidence in what I'm getting. Thanx!

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