IAR embedded workbench updates

Started by Always_Funy September 15, 2004
hello, I use the EW6812-Pro 2.44A until yet.

Since I use this IDE only one update comes out (in 1 year).
To you know about new benefits planned for the next few years?
Will there be an absolut new version of the EW6812?

I want to know it, cause I would like to map to use the EW6812 for
the future. thanks

Patrick



Dear Patrick

I have no doubt that IAR has some of the best compilers in the
industry. However, I think their commitment to Freescale is not in
the same league as to other manufacturers.

I bought the IAR compiler and trashed it within a year and went the
Metrowerks route. No regrets.

Rgds
Sean --- In , "Always_Funy" <patrick.gempeler@p...>
wrote:
> hello, > I use the EW6812-Pro 2.44A until yet.
>
> Since I use this IDE only one update comes out (in 1 year).
> To you know about new benefits planned for the next few years?
> Will there be an absolut new version of the EW6812?
>
> I want to know it, cause I would like to map to use the EW6812 for
> the future. > thanks
>
> Patrick





Dear Sean
how much did you pay for the Metrowerks.
Do you have to pay each year money to get support and updates. If so, how much?
I don't know Metrowerks. Can you tell me a little bit about this tool (Support language, features)?
thanks a lot --
Patrick Gempeler <>
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Subject: [68HC12] Re: IAR embedded workbench updates Dear Patrick

I have no doubt that IAR has some of the best compilers in the
industry. However, I think their commitment to Freescale is not in
the same league as to other manufacturers.

I bought the IAR compiler and trashed it within a year and went the
Metrowerks route. No regrets.

Rgds
Sean --- In , "Always_Funy" <patrick.gempeler@p...>
wrote:
> hello, > I use the EW6812-Pro 2.44A until yet.
>
> Since I use this IDE only one update comes out (in 1 year).
> To you know about new benefits planned for the next few years?
> Will there be an absolut new version of the EW6812?
>
> I want to know it, cause I would like to map to use the EW6812 for
> the future. > thanks
>
> Patrick


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Patrick Gempeler wrote:

> how much did you pay for the Metrowerks.
> Do you have to pay each year money to get support and updates. If so, how
> much?
> I don't know Metrowerks. Can you tell me a little bit about this tool (Support
> language, features)?

The product pricing includes the first year of support. Here's the new
part number list and pricing.

You can find all the various version information and pricing as well as
download free versions from Metrowerks

http://www.metrowerks.com/MW/Develop/Embedded/HC12/Default.htm

Ron --
Metrowerks Community Forum is a free online resource for developers
to discuss CodeWarrior topics with other users and Metrowerks' staff
-- http://www.metrowerks.com/community --

Ron Liechty - - http://www.metrowerks.com


Our company has used the IAR compiler and had no problems. The simulator
/ debugger on the other hand were not very good and we swithed to Nohau.

"seanhurly" <>
09/16/2004 01:53 AM
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Dear Patrick

I have no doubt that IAR has some of the best compilers in the
industry. However, I think their commitment to Freescale is not in
the same league as to other manufacturers.

I bought the IAR compiler and trashed it within a year and went the
Metrowerks route. No regrets.

Rgds
Sean --- In , "Always_Funy" <patrick.gempeler@p...>
wrote:
> hello, > I use the EW6812-Pro 2.44A until yet.
>
> Since I use this IDE only one update comes out (in 1 year).
> To you know about new benefits planned for the next few years?
> Will there be an absolut new version of the EW6812?
>
> I want to know it, cause I would like to map to use the EW6812 for
> the future. > thanks
>
> Patrick


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