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Supported IDE's / Tools

The support for Tools consists of importing the project, where it is possible to do so. Project importer transforms configuration files of common editors to the DAC project and initialization files to enable users to have a quick and easy transition to DAC. Other editors are mostly oriented only to text editing, intended to support as many users/programmers as possible, in as many existing computer languages as possible. On other hand, DAC is a product which really "understands" your C code and is made for the express purpose of facilitating the development and maintenance of small and simple, as well as of larger and more complex, projects. Due to these differences, the conversion of a project from another editor can sometimes be incomplete i.e. some specific parameters may not be converted to the DAC project.

The following Tools (listed in alphabetical order) are currently supported:

  • WinMerge
  • PC-Lint

The following editors (listed in alphabetical order) are currently supported:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
  • TASKING EDE, TASKING
  • Visual SlickEdit 6.0, SlickEdit Inc.

    Planned
  • Cosmic IDE
  • ARM Keil µVision 4.x and 5.x
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 8 and later
  • Notepad++

    Older Supports
  • CodeWright, Borland
  • MultiEdit, American Cybernetics
  • WinEdit, WinEdit Software

 

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If you would like a one month trial license, please download demo software, install and start DAC, then fill in the "Help / Technical Support / License Data" form and copy it to an email message by means of "Copy to clipboard for email". The email address to which the data should be sent is the one in the first line of the copy. You will find instructions for activating the trial license in the automatic reply. Should any technical questions arise during the trial period, feel free to contact our support.