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'[PIC]: Trouble compiling parallax code with spasm.'
2001\05\25@222157 by Jason

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Hi all,

Just wondering if someone out there could help me out.

I have a source code witten for the PIC16f84 microchip.  In the source it
states:
; -->Parallax code -- Use spasm to assemble.

Unfortunately I have tried using the command line spasm software (http://tech-tools.com/cvasm16.htm), but have
had zero luck. I know the code is correct, but I have no idea what I am
doing wrong.

The output i am getting when I try to assemble it is:

": illegal mnemonic/operand combination" line after line
All help would be GREATLY appreciated...

Thanks in advance..

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2001\05\26@015612 by Kashif Ali

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Dear Mr. Jason,

Did you r 8051 based controller programmer I think so, because of I am too.

I also use CVASM16 and I have no problem at all.

Please send your source code or a part of your source code where you are facing probelm.

Kashif ali

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2001\05\26@103955 by Jamie D. Merrill

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If you are using CVASM 5.8 or earlier, you need to have a "Device"
directive before anything else in your source code and the device
directive (or ANY directives in CVASM) cannot begin at the first
position of a new line (use a TAB or Space).

If you are using CVASM 6.0, you will need to put a processor "include"
directive at the beginning of your code, and delete the "Device"
directive. As with earlier versions of CVASM, all directives cannot
begin at the first position of a new line.

To find out which version you are using, assemble with the "/L"
command-line switch. This will cause the assembler to generate a list
file with the same prefix as the source file, which identifies the
version.

Enjoy!
Jamie

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2001\05\26@114347 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,

you could get the original SPASM, version 4.7 from
http://www.parallaxinc.com. This is the predecessor of that of Tech-tools.

Regards,
Imre

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2001\05\26@195612 by Tom Handley

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  Jason, SPASM is obsolete and CVASM has recently had a major update
which requires some slight changes to the previous CVASM and earlier
SPASM code.

  Which version are you using and what exactly does the assembler
report? What is on the line causing the error?

  - Tom

At 12:16 PM 5/26/01 +1000, Jason wrote:
>Hi all,
>
>Just wondering if someone out there could help me out.
>
>I have a source code witten for the PIC16f84 microchip.  In the source it
>states:
>; -->Parallax code -- Use spasm to assemble.
>
>Unfortunately I have tried using the command line spasm software
(http://tech-tools.com/cvasm16.htm), but have
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2001\05\29@075002 by Kashif Ali

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I could not found any spasm ver 4.7 from parallaxinc.

Please give the complete address or right location.


Kashif ali

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