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Close  Is PMP will support this?

PMP will never include an internal assembler, linker or simulator. I feel that MPASM suite is a great product (and free), so I don't want to spend time to make a product that will be less efficient, for sure.

Creation date :2007.06.24 2:20 PMLast update :2007.06.24 2:21 PMPrint the article  Hyperlink

Close  May I?

Yes, provided that the complete archive is not modified and that the distribution is free.

Creation date :2007.05.10 08:40 AMLast update :2010.08.14 09:45 AMPrint the article  Hyperlink

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No, PMP is freeware and it is free of use, regarding the copyright notice (see the user manual).
Nevertheless you may want to become an active user, become a member of this site, and help to make PMP a more stable and effective tool...

Creation date :2009.01.20 7:50 PMLast update :2009.01.20 7:50 PMPrint the article  Hyperlink

Close  Tutorials and examples

Well, there's not really such separate files or pages in this site.
There's an Examples sub-folder in the installed PMP software, where there's some good examples and small libraries.
Libraries will come later. Contribute!

Creation date :2010.09.29 0:54 PMLast update :2010.09.29 0:55 PMPrint the article  Hyperlink


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