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Prithvi Development Studio

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Prithvi Development Studio is BASIC language based IDE for Microchip ® PIC Microcontrollers.

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Features

  • Create applications for Microchip PIC microcontrollers without using any external tools
  • Support for entire PIC development life-cycle
  • Support for more than 300 PIC Microcontrollers
  • Auto completion, parameter information and code templates
  • Support GCBASIC and PIC – Assembler syntax highlighting

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    Dilshan Jayakody please continue this project. You have done an amazing job and it needs to be finished. I'd love to see your project working as a standard with GCBasic. Do you have the time? You can reply to me via the GCBasic forum I have replied to your post there as I cant find any other links to you.

    Posted 12/03/2009
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers, Science/Research

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

Delphi/Kylix

Registered

2008-08-15

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