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easyC PRO on Ubuntu Linux

I did a quick search to see if anyone has posted this before, and didn't really find anything besides a locked thread. Sorry if this information is already somewhere else.


I spent some time trying to get easyC PRO to work on Ubuntu tonight, and I thought I'd share how I got it to work.

* Note: I have not yet tested the USB/Serial adapter with this.

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Step 1: Get Wine 0.9.29 from here. Note that the compiler will not work with 0.9.22.

Step 2: After Wine is installed, download easyC PRO. Run the setup with the command wine /path/to/easyCPro.exe. This works mostly the same as on Windows.

Step 3: After you have easyC PRO installed, you can run it using wine "~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Intelitek/easyC Pro/easyC.exe"

Step 4: At this point, easyC should work normally with one problem - code will not compile. I'm not exactly sure if all of these things need to be done, but before I got it to work I did the following:

- Rename "~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Intelitek/easyC Pro/#Tools/Frc" to "~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Intelitek/easyC Pro/#Tools/FRC"
- Rename "~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Intelitek/easyC Pro/#Tools/FRC/Api" to "~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Intelitek/easyC Pro/#Tools/FRC/API"
- Rename "~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Intelitek/easyC Pro/#Tools/FRC/API/Api.h" to "~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Intelitek/easyC Pro/#Tools/FRC/API/API.h"
- I'm still not sure on why this part had to be done:
Edit API.h and remove all of the VEX parts from it, and all of the #ifdef _FRC_BOARD and #endif lines associated with them. I'm guessing the compiler may have freaked out with the line breaks on those, but I really don't know. My copy of API.h that is working is attached.

I think that's it, but I messed around with this for quite a while so I might have missed a step or two.

Hope this helps.
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