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    Is there perhaps the possibility to extend the IDE with a 'Raw Flash' command? Currently I have the huge problem that if I want to program a web page in the flash of the PIC, I have to work with CData. This has the disadvantage that I have to replace every " with \". For text components with a ; the IDE sometimes suddenly finds keywords that are actually within "". A <RAW Flash Start> with <RAW Flash End> would be great. Then I could copy the html and Java code 1:1.

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    Looks like a conversion job.
    If you want to you can send me the code & I will have a look.

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    When formating stuff in the past I used a word processor as they have better find/replace commands and if need be use a macro or 2
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    Thanks for the offer but the conversion job was already done. But such a command would make the work extremely easy because you could work directly in the IDE on the source code without first chasing the complete code through a word processor again. Especially since it does not work reliably that the IDE does not find yet here keywords within the quotation marks.

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    Maybe do it as an include which you edit in the WP.
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    It could be an alternative to do this in an include and edit with this a WP. Can you recommend one?

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