UEdit User-RPL Programming Development Tools

Description:UEdit is the IDE for the development of User-RPL programs for the HP48 series/HP49 series/HP50g calculators. UEdit has a User-RPL friendly text editor to create and edit User-RPL programs, and is capable to display special programming ASCII characters, GROB editor to create and modify graphical images for GUI based User-RPL programs (colored GROBs to be displayed when running UCalc), keyboard key label designer to create labels code in program to display when running UCalc, and PC<-> HP I/O transfer tool using drag and drop operations to transfer User-RPL projects and program variables to and from the calculator via Conn4x, HP's XModem Connectivity Kit. For Win7/XP/Vista, .NET Framework 4.0 and up. Now updated with full screen size (131x80) for GROB editing and no longer requires Java to install.
Current version:2.0.2
Author:Stanley H. H. Lui: http://www.udepot.net78.net
Downloaded file size:777,365 bytes
Platforms:49/50 48  
User rating:10/10 with 1 vote (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:PC/Programming
File date:2015-07-26 19:28:11
Source code:Not included
Download count:6,852
Version history:2015-07-26: Updated to version 2.0.2
2013-09-14: Updated to version 2.0.2
2012-12-25: Updated to version 2.0.1
2010-09-12: Updated to version 2.0.0
2010-03-08: Updated to version 2.0.0
2008-09-07: Updated to version 2.0.0
2008-08-09: Added to site
Archive contents:
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     2601  01-29-15 22:29   Readme_First.txt
   782168  01-30-15 10:36   UEditLite202.exe
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   784769                   2 files
User comments:Silvio Fernandez
2010-05-21 11:30:46
I want the advanced version, and I can't access to your web page to upgrade.
Pierfrancesco Aiello
2013-09-15 04:03:02
2015-01-29 09:32:53
It is impossible to install this software when I click nothing take place. please help me. thanks you very much
D Yo
2015-03-03 20:00:41
I also cannot get this program working. Latest Java installed as well as latest .Net framework. I understand this is an old program, any chance it could get updated? I really wish there were PC development tools available for the HP.

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