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'[PIC]: mpasm vs. cvasm16 (newbie)'
2001\01\14@012215 by Aart

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Hello,

I'm new to programming the pic and have two questions:

- what is the difference between the mpasm and the cvasm16 assembler?
- and which assembler is to prefer?

Thx,
Aart.

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2001\01\14@111456 by Olin Lathrop

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> - what is the difference between the mpasm and the cvasm16 assembler?

MAPASM is the assembler provided for free and supported by Microchip.  Given
that, I see the others as irrelevant.



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2001\01\14@144628 by Bob Ammerman

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> > - what is the difference between the mpasm and the cvasm16 assembler?
>
> MAPASM is the assembler provided for free and supported by Microchip.
Given
> that, I see the others as irrelevant.
>

Unless you want to develop in an environment other than Windows.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
software)

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2001\01\14@193031 by Aart

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> > > - what is the difference between the mpasm and the cvasm16 assembler?
> >
> > MAPASM is the assembler provided for free and supported by Microchip.
> Given
> > that, I see the others as irrelevant.
> >
>
> Unless you want to develop in an environment other than Windows.

But are there major differences?? Because i happend to have both and i now
must choose in which assembler i am going to write my program.

As far as i can see they are both made by Techtools.. or am i mistaken??

Thx,
Aart.

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2001\01\15@052448 by Simon Nield

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olin:
> MAPASM is the assembler provided for free and supported by Microchip.
Given
> that, I see the others as irrelevant.


bob:
>Unless you want to develop in an environment other than Windows.




even if you wish to use another OS you may still be able to run mpasm.

it might well work fine under wine on linux/'nix for instance (have not tried it though):
http://www.winehq.com/about.shtml

Regards,
Simon

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2001\01\16@030427 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,
cvasm gives you a much more speed on compilation, a higher level of
abstraction if you can accept and use the pseudo-51 syntax. However, it
does not support macros. Cvasm is smaller than 20k, contrary to MPASM.

Regards,
Imre

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