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'[PIC] Hi-Tech PICC Lite for Mac'
Ok, I need so help with this one. The download filename for the Picc
Lite OS-X compiler is the same as its Windows counterpart. The Mac
doesn't know what to do with self-extracting exe files.
If I'm somehow overlooking something, would someone please point me in
the right direction? Hi-Tech doesn't have anything relating to a Mac
problem in their forums.
On Fri, 4 Jul 2008, Joseph Bento wrote:
> Ok, I need so help with this one. The download filename for the Picc
> Lite OS-X compiler is the same as its Windows counterpart.
The Mac file is picc-lite_9.60PL2-setup.run, which isn't the same as
the Windows .exe installer.
> The Mac
> doesn't know what to do with self-extracting exe files.
The Mac installer is a shell script; make sure it has execute
John W. Temples, III
I found the run file for PIC18, and I can extract it from within
Terminal without issue. For the standard, however, picc-lite_9.60PL2,
the Mac link points to an exe. I confirmed it is indeed a Windows
install file on my Windows machine.
Scroll down to the Mac OS free software.
Thanks for your help.
On Jul 4, 2008, at 10:28 PM, John Temples wrote:
Thank You! Looks as though everything works. Hi-Tide sees the
compiler. Now I just need to sit down, study, and learn how to use
On Jul 4, 2008, at 11:23 PM, John Temples wrote:
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