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'Compiling an assembly file for a Microchip EEPROM'
1999\09\24@152814 by Alan Travelbea

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I am re-sending this message because I mistakenly added [OT] to the
subject line last time.  I thought since the message was about memory
products and not PICs, it was off topic.

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1999\09\24@153149 by Mark Willis

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DOWN, Andy!  (Yeesh!)

I'd call this on topic, really, as MPLab is "slightly involved".  What
error message are you getting, exactly?  (I haven't done this yet, but
need to soonly...)

 Mark

Andy Kunz wrote:
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1999\09\24@154238 by Alan Travelbea

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       I'd call this on topic, really, as MPLab is "slightly involved".
What
       error message are you getting, exactly?  (I haven't done this
yet, but
       need to soonly...)

The only error message I received was that the parameter "24LC64" was
not recognized. MPASM didn't even start trying to compile the file.  I
believe it is looking for "EEPROM8" or "EEPROM16" as the processor type
but I have found no way to do this using the IDE.

I have e-mailed my local FAE but have received no response for a few
days so I thought I would try the list.  There must be someone out there
who has done this before...

Alan Travelbea
Statpower Technologies Corp.
E-mail: .....atravelbKILLspamspam.....statpower.com

1999\09\27@070331 by Caisson

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> Van: Alan Travelbea <EraseMEATravelbspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTSTATPOWER.COM>
> Aan: PICLISTspamspam_OUTMITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Onderwerp: Re: Compiling an assembly file for a Microchip EEPROM
> Datum: vrijdag 24 september 1999 21:41
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> The only error message I received was that the parameter "24LC64" was
> not recognized. MPASM didn't even start trying to compile the file.  I
> believe it is looking for "EEPROM8" or "EEPROM16" as the processor type
> but I have found no way to do this using the IDE.

This is what I'm using for a 24C16 (obviously ;-)

       LIST    P=EEPROM8, R=Dec
       INCLUDE "MEMORY.INC"
       LIST    M=_24C16B

The only problems that I'm having is that :

1) MPLAB protest's every time I'm loading the project (EEPROM8 is not equal
to the selected processor, the 24C16)

2) I can't lock the Program-view window to Hex-display. (why does a
*Memory-device* have a Program & Disassembly mode-display in the first
place ?)

3) I can't transfer the data to a EEPROM using the PicStart+  (Bummer !)


Used software:  MPLAB 3.22.02 , PicStart+ 1.30.00

Greetz,
 Rudy Wieser

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