We are happy to announce the new release of ver 5.60 dsPIC® compilers

 
dsPIC compilers ver 5.60 released!
 

We present you with the new version of dsPIC® compilers with lots of new features and improvements.

Fancy new Welcome Page is the first thing you will notice. It’s designed to help you get started quickly and find just the right information at the beginning. It will provide you the necessary links to your recently opened projects, links to important websites as well as RSS feed of the News section from mikroElektronika website. Clear design and fancy graphics will make you feel comfortable using this new feature.

We added support for 45 new PIC24 and dsPIC33 microcontrollers. 25 of them have mikroICD™ support right from the start. We wrote ADC, USB and EEPROM libraries for new MCUS.

Since dsPIC® microcontrollers are used in many time-critical devices, we introduced interrupt context saving control which will allow you to turn on/off context saving on interrupts, allowing you the possibility to develop RTOS-like projects more easily. New Interrupt Assistant Tool is here to help you create interrupt routines with ease.

Compilation time is now 40% shorter then in version 5.40. You can really feel the difference. New ultrafast linking and compilation will boost your productivity, especially when working with large projects

We fixed several reported problems and made improvements to certain IDE sections, so you’ll feel more comfortable in your work.

As in PIC32® compilers, we’ve included new mikroProg Suite for PIC software, version 2.20. It brings us Firmware Update (new item in USB menu) and support for new enhanced family of dsPIC and PIC24 microcontrollers. All of you who have mikroProg™ for PIC®, dsPIC® and PIC32® programmer/debugger should update firmware if you need support for these new MCUs.

We invite you to visit mikroC™, mikroBasic™ and mikroPascal™ webpages, download and install your fresh new compiler versions and see what else is new.

Yours sincerely,
mikroElektronika

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