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'MPLAB-SIM'
1996\05\22@093124 by Dewey Davis

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I have been working on a project that will include a 16C65 and two PIC14000s
all interconnected with an I2C bus.  I have been anxiously awaiting the
release of MPLAB-SIM to begin coding and simulation.  I downloaded it
yesterday and unfortunately, none of the above is supported by MPLAB-SIM.  I
guess I'm not surprised that I2C is not supported, because it wasn't in the
DOS simulator either.  And the PIC14000 is still new, so that wasn't a big
surprise either.  But I am surprised that the 16C65 isn't supported because
that was in the old simulator.  Isn't this a step backward?  I wonder why the
16C65 isn't in the new simulator?  I suppose I can make progress using the
16C64 environment for awhile.  Any ideas on when to expect a release that
supports the PIC14000, and the I2C function?

Dewey Davis

1996\05\22@113822 by Pete Brink

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Dewey,

You would be better off using the 16C74 instead of the 16C64 as it has the same
RAM and ROM size as the 16C65.  The support for the 16C65 is planned, but
getting the 16C5X, the baseline 16CXX, and the 17CXX parts out in the first
release was our priority.  You can expect the 16C65 support, as well as the
14000 support, in a few months.

Pete Brink
Senior Software Engineer
Microchip Technology Inc.


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Subject: MPLAB-SIM
Author:  Dewey Davis <spam_OUTdldavisTakeThisOuTspamMELPAR.ESYS.COM> at Internet_Exchange
Date:    5/22/96 9:28 AM


I have been working on a project that will include a 16C65 and two PIC14000s
all interconnected with an I2C bus.  I have been anxiously awaiting the
release of MPLAB-SIM to begin coding and simulation.  I downloaded it
yesterday and unfortunately, none of the above is supported by MPLAB-SIM.  I
guess I'm not surprised that I2C is not supported, because it wasn't in the
DOS simulator either.  And the PIC14000 is still new, so that wasn't a big
surprise either.  But I am surprised that the 16C65 isn't supported because
that was in the old simulator.  Isn't this a step backward?  I wonder why the
16C65 isn't in the new simulator?  I suppose I can make progress using the
16C64 environment for awhile.  Any ideas on when to expect a release that
supports the PIC14000, and the I2C function?

Dewey Davis

1996\05\22@125849 by fastfwd

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Dewey Davis <.....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> I wonder why the 16C65 isn't in the new simulator?  I suppose I can
> make progress using the 16C64 environment for awhile.

Dewey:

Use the 16C74 environment instead; it's much more similar to the
16C65 than is the 16C64.

-Andy

Andrew Warren - fastfwdspamKILLspamix.netcom.com
Fast Forward Engineering, Vista, California
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/2499


'MPLAB-SIM'
1996\06\24@065518 by Kalle Pihlajasaari
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Hi,

How is one intended to place ones comments so that the
single step stays synchronised with source file.

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1996\06\24@082942 by Clyde Smith-Stubbs

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Kalle Pihlajasaari <EraseMEkallespam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTdevice.data.co.za>
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> How is one intended to place ones comments so that the
> single step stays synchronised with source file.

There's an MPLAB bug^H^H^Hfeature - make sure you have the program
window (NOT the source window) selected as the active window before
stepping. Then it should update the source window ok. But if you
have the source window active, it does not update it.

Clyde

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'mplab-sim'
1997\02\14@104513 by tumilty
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thanks for everyones help I was able to get the sim working. Can i get
the sim to work with the AD in the pic16c71


'MPLAB-SIM'
1997\06\01@111621 by 5132)
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Here's another MPLAB question.....Why can't I enable MPLAB-SIM in MPLAB
3.22? The install program indicated it would be installed. What am I
missing here, besides a few dozen IQ points?


Frank Richterkessing
Experimental Methods Engineer
GE Appliances

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