[fpc-devel] Circular references and forward declarations

Wimpie Nortje wimpienortje at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 12:48:27 CET 2010

Did you have a look at AVR?

They use GCC, although commercial compilers are also available should 
you need it. I have used GCC-AVR for years without problems.

Marco van de Voort wrote:
> In our previous episode, Michael Schnell said:
>>> Which is that then? Afaik the microchip own, and the Hitech compilers can do
>>> so perfectly?
>> CCS
>> Same had been the cheapest option for a C compiler to try out the PICs.
> Well, the microchip one academic option is free. So CCS gives money with
> their tools ? :-)
>> I never switched to something else, as I am abandoning the 8 bit PICs
>> for the 16 Bit ones that are supported by a decent gcc that can be
>> tested in a non-payed public version and now the commercially supported
>> version.
> I already switched to 16-bit (33FJA128MC510 and -804) long ago, and am very
> happy with them. But I still use the PIC18F60j60 part since there is no
> 16-bit integrated ethernet part, and as spare replacement for legacy parts.
> The PIC32 look interesting, but there is no motorcontrol (quadrature
> decoder) in that family yet, something that I require.
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