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1998\01\02@152624 by William Richardson

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Any tips on how to properly configure PCW with TDE3.20?
 
Can't get it to generate .COD files...

1998\01\05@173300 by AllanJH

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wrichard wrote:
>Any tips on how to properly configure PCW with TDE3.20?
>Can't get it to generate .COD files...


In PCW menu under compile, then options. Here are the debug file options. Use
the Microchip .COD debug file.

Hope this helps. Sorry if you already knew this.

Allan

1998\01\06@084501 by Norman Bedard

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>wrichard wrote:
>>Any tips on how to properly configure PCW with TDE3.20?
>>Can't get it to generate .COD files...
>
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>In PCW menu under compile, then options. Here are the debug file options. Use
>the Microchip .COD debug file.
>
>Hope this helps. Sorry if you already knew this.
>
>Allan

You need to generate a PC.DEF (used by PCM) in your working directory to
enable the .cod generation. To do this simply open a DOS window and call
pcm from your project directory (it must path...). Change the file options
and exit.
PCM will generate the PC.def. Then the cod will be created.


This is documented in the compiler.pdf included with the TDE20...



Norman Bedard
LabCal Technologies

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