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home.gifWelcome to Pic Micro Pascal compiler

PMP (Pic Micro Pascal) is a free Pascal cross compiler for PIC™ processors. It is intended to work with the Microchip MPASM/MPLINK suite installed; it has its own IDE and it is a highly optimized compiler.
It supports most devices from PIC10 to PIC18. Floating Point is supported (for PIC18 and PIC16 only). The new PIC16 enhanced mid-range processors are also supported.
PMP is moving forward with its users (beta testers are welcome): This site is open for comments, discussions, bug reports, new features requests and constructive criticism.
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PMP V2.0.2 is available - by PPA 2014.07.27 1:52 PM

An update (V2.0.2) is available. It corrects several behaviors discussed in the forum.
See download page - here. (the V2.0.1 is no more available)

PMP V2 - fist update! - by PPA 2014.07.21 7:31 PM

A small update (V2.0.1) is available that corrects some minor visual behaviors like some buttons generated in French. My apologies for this stupid mistake.
(the V2.0.0 is no more available)

robot.gifPMP V2 is released! - by PPA 2014.07.20 11:24 PM

We have a GO for V2 launch...

3, 2, 1, ignition... We have a liftoff!

Lot of new goodies!

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