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'Using MPASM with Micormint's PicStic and EPIC prog'
1996\10\17@134734 by )

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Has anyone used MPASM with Micromint's PicStic system? I have been
unable to successfully download MPASM compiled code using the
Micromint/micro Engineering EPIC programmer. The code is tested and
known to work when programmed into a 16C84 using PicStart in an
otherwise identical circuit to what's on the PicStic module. When
downloaded with EPIC we get "Config Verify Error" or no error sometimes,
but in either case there is no sign of life. I can also take code
compiled with Micromint/micro Engineering's PM assembler (Parallax
format) and have it work fine on the same PicStic. The reason for using
MPASM over PM is that we already have code in MPASM format as well as a
better familiarity with Micochip assembler format.

Anyone have any ideas?

1996\10\17@155205 by dontronics

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Richterkessing, Frank H (GEA, 055132 ) wrote:
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> Has anyone used MPASM with Micromint's PicStic system? I have been
> unable to successfully download MPASM compiled code using the
> Micromint/micro Engineering EPIC programmer. The code is tested and
> known to work when programmed into a 16C84 using PicStart in an
> otherwise identical circuit to what's on the PicStic module. When
> downloaded with EPIC we get "Config Verify Error" or no error sometimes,
> but in either case there is no sign of life. I can also take code
> compiled with Micromint/micro Engineering's PM assembler (Parallax
> format) and have it work fine on the same PicStic. The reason for using
> MPASM over PM is that we already have code in MPASM format as well as a
> better familiarity with Micochip assembler format.
>
> Anyone have any ideas?

Why not contact:
Jeff Schmoyer <spam_OUT71165.322TakeThisOuTspamCompuServe.COM>
at microEngineering Labs.

MEL not only did the drivers for the EPIC programmer, they also did the
PicStic software. I realise that you built your own PicStic equiv. but
I'm sure Jeff would be
concerned if he knew the latest MPASM threw out a config wobbly that his
EPIC software couldn't handle.

Don...

Don McKenzie .....donmckKILLspamspam@spam@labyrinth.net.au
DonTronics Tullamarine, Australia
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