The Integrated Development Environment for BXC-51

BXC-51 IDE pulls all your development programs together: your BASIC compiler, assembler, simulator, and communications utility. The power of IDE saves you from constantly quitting programs to switch to other programs - the IDE switches you to them at the press of a keystroke. The source code editor is central to the IDE. From the editor, you press a single keystroke to run each of your different tools: Alt-C to compile the file you are editing, Alt-U to upload it to your board (or Alt-P to program it), and Alt-R to run your program in a terminal session. Still more keystrokes run your assembler, simulator, or DOS commands.

BXC-51 IDE is easy to use and configure. Pressing F1 displays help for the editor, pressing Alt-F1 displays help for IDE-specific functions. Serial communications is a snap using the menu-driven configuration utility (from Alt-Z). The serial port, baud, and on-board monitor are all configurable. Program names and command line options are configurable. Even the editor and IDE keystrokes are configurable.

BXC-51 IDE is an essential tool for the serious BXC-51 programmer. It's a great tool for the BASIC/Assembly programmer. It is DOS-based and has been tested under Microsoft Windows.

BXC-51 IDE includes the QComm communications utility and Infinitor source code editor. The BASIC Compiler, assembler, and simulator are sold separately. At present, the M/DP and MONITOR-51 on-board monitors are supported. Others may be easily configured.

Minimum system requirements: DOS 2.0+, 512K RAM, and one floppy disk drive.

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