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2000\02\01@225120 by Fansler, David

After having spent the past 3 hours working on the problem described in the
previous post of the same subject, I discovered that the pod from the
emulator was not firmly seated in the project's 40 pin dip socket - seems
the 40 pin socket is not the only dip here :-).

Well that's it for me tonight.  There is always tomorrow night.

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2000\02\01@234159 by

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Wow, If I had a dime for every time an emu or sim or other non-production
debugging method screwed the pooch.... Well, I'd buy you all a beer. Can you
guess what I'm going to say next? .... <GRIN> .... That's why I like the SX
KEY (and now the PICs that work with the ICD) so much. If the production
chip sees it or does it, the KEY or ICD knows it. Its just the only way to
fly. Especially during development. I love my SX Key. I haven't got the ICD
personally, but if some of you don't get off your butts and do the CUMP or
make this $20 total development bench I've been evangelizing, I may just
have to buy one and a 16F877 and turn the world on its ear... in my * other
* spare time....

James Newton 1-619-652-0593 phone

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2000\02\02@002350 by Sean Breheny

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I couldn't agree more about the SK-Key, but did I miss something? CUMP?
"total development bench"?


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2000\02\02@112025 by jamesnewton

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The last third of the page is most applicable but its all food for thought.
Not much done on the debugging side but I wonder why it wouldn't possible to
set up a timer or other interrupt so that it allows only one instruction to
execute before the ISR gets control again and reports the state to the PC
and waits for the user to press a "STEP" button that commands the ISR to
return and allow another instruction to get executed.


Although seem to be having a dns problem from my ISP's point of
view. Let me know if you can't contact it.

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