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MPLAB X IDE v2.05 released

Posted on Tuesday, February 25th, 2014 in compilers, News, PIC by the machinegeek

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Microchip has announced the release of MPLAB IDE v2.05.

This release provides:Major performance improvements in opening and closing projects. Added Emulation Header Data Breakpoint comparisons on <, >, !=. Avoid building projects when tool options are changed that do not require a rebuild. ASM hyperlinks to labels and Include files. Jump Trace added for 33/24EP devices. IPE Aux memory SQTP support. Fill Memory options under the linker settings for XC16 and XC32. XC16 and XC32 relaxed-compliance math library selection. And bug fixes.

Please see the release notes for full details.

Windows, Mac OS, Linux versions can be downloaded from Microchip.

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3 Responses to “MPLAB X IDE v2.05 released”

  1. riccrdo says:

    little problem, i can’t use my pickit3, never recognized, i come back to 2.0 and all is ok

  2. Hans says:

    indeed, the pickit 3 works not with v2.05 – lost much time and now working back with v2.00 :(

  3. Hans says:

    indeed, v2.05 not working with PICKIT 3 on win8.1
    lost much time, now back with v2.00 :(

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