2014/07/19 05:19:24
ric
Looks interesting! :)
Arriba User Guide
2014/07/19 05:25:15
Antipodean
.... Eclipse IDE ...
 
does this signal the end of Netbeans ???
 
 
2014/07/19 05:54:10
DarioG
Smile
arriba arriba andale andale [speedy gonzales in italy]
2014/07/19 06:03:05
ric
ahhh, fond childhood memories :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaZJqTTG2kg#t=117
2014/07/19 07:11:44
andersm
It seems there will be a free "community edition" which is limited to the PICkit 3 and simulator, and a full version you can buy.
 
I wonder how much of this you could cobble together yourself. You'd lose out on the automatic project setup, but the Eclipse CDT plugin should support XC32 (and I guess XC16) as any other GCC, and you should be able to use Microchip's MDB as a debugger interface. Alternatively, if you have a Segger J-Link v9, it now supports PIC32s and comes with a GDB server.
2014/07/19 08:25:03
Antipodean
andersm
It seems there will be a free "community edition" which is limited to the PICkit 3 and simulator, and a full version you can buy.

 
I would hope that would also work with the Microstick and development board debuggers, as they are essentially Pickit 3 units built into them. Microchip would be stupid not to include all these.
 
Interesting the way the web page is laid out - one wonders if Microchip are going to replace all their web pages with this format. It looks like someone has finally figured that the software development team needs their hands tied behind their back, and stopped their funding to go out and use established packages.
Arriba really does look like it is going to be the death knell of MPLAB-X as we know it.
 
 
2014/07/19 08:40:01
andersm
AntizuneanArriba really does look like it is going to be the death knell of MPLAB-X as we know it.

A limited free IDE to go with your limited free compiler, and axe MPLAB X development for not bringing in cash money? Seems like the kind of plan Microchip management have wet dreams over.
2014/07/19 13:43:32
DarioG
ric
ahhh, fond childhood memories :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaZJqTTG2kg#t=117




 
GREAT Ric grin
hadn't seen them for quite a while - but well fixed in my memory!
2014/07/21 16:42:37
guymc
Actually, Arriba is a third-party product sponsored by Microchip. It was created because some customers have a significant investment in Eclipse add-ons and such, and are unable to consider another IDE. It does not reflect any change in direction regarding MPLAB X.
 
Much more information about Arriba will be posted within the next few days, here:
www.microchip.com/arriba
 
Please stay tuned…
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