Home Brewed IDE for PIC32 assembly development


I just received a link from Cosimo Zizza pointing to his new “home brewed” Integrated Development Environmentfor the PIC32, called “Idd”.

In the author intentions, it is designed specifically to assist in the development of assembly programs for the PIC32. The application is in beta, but already showing some promising signs, for example see (in the picture above) the instruction set/macro insertion with a single mouse click…

The web site at the moment offers only a couple of working examples “Hello (embedded) Word” style, blinking LEDs, and such, and a beta of the Editor/IDE that runs on Microsoft Framework is available for download.

I particularly appreciated the Docs page, where Cosimo has been diligently listing and linking the top documents that you will need to master PIC32 assembly.

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