CrossStudio compiller + jlink + SlickEdit

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    Paul Curtis

    You would be better asking SEGGER about this--removing the CrossWorks IDE is an interesting take on this.  Remember, the libraries that you link are not GPL nor LGPL, they are our own proprietary code, and you can only use them if you have a paid-for license.

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    Łukasz Przeniosło

    Hi thank you for ansfer. Dont get me wrong i am willing to pay for the licence its just that i would like to use the compiller and libries not the editor.

    I understand that noone tried that yet :(?

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    Harjit Singh

    I use an external editor (http://www.sourceinsight.com/) where I write all my code. I then switch to CrossStudio to compile/link/download/debug. When I need to make an edit, I switch to the editor.

    I've been doing this for the past three years and it works very well.

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    Łukasz Przeniosło

    I see, but i guess thats not very efficient. Btw, whats the reason of this? Do u suffer the lack of autocompletion?

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    Paul Curtis

    It might be possible to build under SlickEdit.  But we don't use gdb for debugging, we have our own debugger, so I think download and debugging will be a huge challenge.

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    Harjit Singh

    I use the external editor for other work, so using the same editor helps with my efficiency.

    The way CrossStudio and projects work, I don't find any loss of efficiency in using an external editor.

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