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'[PIC]: PBK Questionnaire/MPLAB-ICD and BASIC87x'
2002\08\16@093755 by myke predko

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Hi Mike,

MPLAB 5.62 and 2.31 for the "Operating System".

I remember Clint Eastwood saying something about "The problem with instant
gratification is that it takes too long".  The problem is I don't want to
wait 20+ seconds each time I do a single step.

In any case, the newest version of BASIC87x (Version 0.83), if anybody's
interested in looking at the source code (which you can download at
http://www.myke.com), I would be interested in hearing comments regarding
how I put in the conditionally assembling code for supporting MPLAB-ICD.

myke
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2002\08\16@094241 by Alan B. Pearce

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>I would be interested in hearing comments regarding
>how I put in the conditionally assembling code for supporting MPLAB-ICD.

Don't you "just" link in the .obj module that comes with MPLAB, at the
highest address?

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2002\08\17@210746 by myke predko

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Hi Alan,

No, I put in conditional code for:

1.  The configuration fuses
2.  File registers (to make sure that addresses used by ICD were not written
over).  This reduced the total variable space available by 5 bytes or so
(quite significant, when you realize there is only 96 bytes to begin with).
3.  Reduce the end range of memory code can be stored in from 0x01FFF to
0x01EFF.

What is the .obj module that you link in?  I've never heard of it before.
Are you talking about the small monitor program (which goes in from 0x01F00
to 0x01FFF)?  If you are, this code is installed automatically by the ICD.

myke
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