Proton BASIC Compiler - FineLineIDE


  • Pic® Basic


  • FineLineIDE


    Features include:
    Bracket lines linking If-Endif, For-Next etc. with optional auto indenting.
    Two FineLineIDE’s can be opened at once.
    FL saves a recovery file every 30 seconds and prompt’s to restore on restart if improper shutdown or crash.
    A “Compile & MPLAB SIM” button is offered to auto drag COF file to the MPLAB IDE for simulation.
    Line step which allows stepping back and forth through previous lines without utilizing undo or redo.
    Capable of programing a hex file from any FL programmer tab.
    "My highlighter" enables user specified highlighting of specific text for color, bold, italic and underline.
    "Projects" in Options enables grouping shortcuts of your project files and data.
    Less support of PicBasicPro (PBP) as I wasn't doing it justice with the changes which occured.
    Added support for Do..Loop and Sub..EndSub.
    v4.3.1 Explorer view now widens as explorer is widened to better view when text size is set larger in PC settings. Corrected issues when tab is blank (untitled) as to paste, undo and compile toolbar enabled.

    FineLineIDE v4.3.1 download Ignore the preview message as zip files aren't viewable.
    Change .xyz extension to .exe
    Change .uvw extension to .bas

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    david-48000

    Valid time in NMEA sentance

    Thread Starter: SimonJA

    Is there any way to know that a GPS nmea sentence has the correct time? I use a module to keep a pic rtc accurate but have noticed that when...

    david Yesterday, 20:40 Go to last post
    david-48000

    GPS speed logger for RC planes.

    Thread Starter: david

    Hi All, This is a simple project to allow the logging of RC plane speeds to help determine battery, motor and prop variables. The code is crude and...

    david Yesterday, 21:01 Go to last post
    Les-15

    Baud rate problem

    Thread Starter: charliecoultas

    I am trying to run one of the USARTs on a 24HJ128GP502 at 115,200 bits/second. I thought I had defined the clock frequency wrong but Delayms gives...

    Les Today, 17:06 Go to last post