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IDEs with SDCC support are:
 
IDEs with SDCC support are:
  
* Eclipse: There is an old plugin for SDCC support. For some it still seems to work, others report having problems. On the STM8, on-target debugging can be used from within Eclipse (STM8 debugging support will improve in SDCC 3.7.0): https://stm8-binutils-gdb.sourceforge.io/
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* Eclipse: There is an old plugin for SDCC support. For some it still seems to work, others report having problems. There is a variant of the plugin for imporved PIC support at https://betterc18.blogspot.de/p/eclipse-sdcc.html. On the STM8, on-target debugging can be used from within Eclipse (STM8 debugging support will improve in SDCC 3.7.0): https://stm8-binutils-gdb.sourceforge.io/.
  
 
* Code::Blocks: Comes with support for SDCC. In 17.12 the support was updated to work well with current SDCC.
 
* Code::Blocks: Comes with support for SDCC. In 17.12 the support was updated to work well with current SDCC.

Revision as of 17:35, 1 January 2018

Some hardware vendors have created IDE bundles including SDCC to support their hardware. See Hardware vendor relations for details.

IDEs with SDCC support are:

  • Code::Blocks: Comes with support for SDCC. In 17.12 the support was updated to work well with current SDCC.
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