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'Mpasm'
1997\08\06@083132 by David BALDWIN

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I can't have the DT 'Test' instruction assembled into:
       retlw   'T'
       retlw   'e'
       retlw   's'
       retlw   't'
with Mpasm v1.30, any idea?



Thanks a lot

1997\08\06@200331 by Alex I. Torres

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  Hi All PICers !

b> I can't have the DT 'Test' instruction assembled into:
b>         retlw   'T'
b>         retlw   'e'
b>         retlw   's'
b>         retlw   't'
b> with Mpasm v1.30, any idea?

You must write :  dt "Test", or dt 'T','e','s','t'.

' - used for single character
" - used for words


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'MPASM'
1999\03\08@155331 by Andy Kunz
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Anybody have a copy of MPASM they can e-mail me?  I don't feel like
downloading 8M of garbage to get it.

Thanks.

Andy

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1999\03\08@155746 by Fansler, David

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Done !

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1999\03\08@182317 by Thomas Fleckenstein

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Hello Andy,

I can email you the asm21300.zip ( version 2.10.00
)file from the Microchip June 1998 CDROM.
Please let me know.

Best Regards,
Thomas

Andy Kunz wrote:
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1999\03\09@025753 by paulb

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Andy Kunz wrote:

> Anybody have a copy of MPASM they can e-mail me?  I don't feel like
> downloading 8M of garbage to get it.

 OK, I gather someone did e-mail it to you.

 I would have thought that downloading it from the MPASM page at
http://www.microchip.com/10/Tools/picmicro/code/mpasm/index.htm would be
quite efficient - I can't see where the 8M of garbage comes in?  Or is
that a snide reference to the voluminous/ complex Microchip indexes?
--
 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1999\03\09@090550 by Andy Kunz

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At 02:34 PM 3/9/99 +1000, you wrote:
>Andy Kunz wrote:
>
>> Anybody have a copy of MPASM they can e-mail me?  I don't feel like
>> downloading 8M of garbage to get it.
>
>  OK, I gather someone did e-mail it to you.
>
>  I would have thought that downloading it from the MPASM page at
>http://www.microchip.com/10/Tools/picmicro/code/mpasm/index.htm would be
>quite efficient - I can't see where the 8M of garbage comes in?  Or is
>that a snide reference to the voluminous/ complex Microchip indexes?

Well, yes.  I would be surfing for a while to find it.  Or just download
all 8M at once (mplab) <G>.

Thanks for the help, all.

ANdy


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1999\03\10@172952 by paulb

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Andy Kunz wrote:

>>  I would have thought that downloading it from the MPASM page at
>> http://www.microchip.com/10/Tools/picmicro/code/mpasm/index.htm would
>> be quite efficient - I can't see where the 8M of garbage comes in?
>>  Or is that a snide reference to the voluminous/ complex Microchip
>> indexes?

> Well, yes.  I would be surfing for a while to find it.  Or just
> download all 8M at once (mplab) <G>.

 Eh?  I don't get it!  I gave you a web reference for *MPASM* and its
manuals, not MPLAB.  Well, since someone sent it to you already, then
not for you but for anyone else who might have been curious (and I thus
posted to the list).

 Toward the bottom of the page is a link "MPASM" leading to:
www.microchip.com/10/Tools/PICmicro/Code/MPASM/asm22000/index.htm
which is a menu of all the different places from which to upload
ASM22000.zip which is quoted 595k.  The only reason I didn't give the
latter link or one direct to the file is that the first one I *did* give
offers manuals as well.

 *It can't be much easier!*  I found it about 5 clicks from the
Microchip home page.  Sure the delays to load the gross Microchip pages
are ridiculous, but even then they offer a fast version.
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       Paul B.


'MPASM'
1999\06\10@010357 by ShadeDemon
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 Who to contact at Microchip for improvements to MPASM??
I'd love to be able to change this from:
       DT
B'00000011',B'11000100',B'01001100',B'11001011',B'11000000'
to:
       DTB     00000011 11000100 etc  (and even without the spaces)

Or even better:   (DTB(char for one)(char for zero))

       DTB*.   '......****...*..' etc   or even handle spaces with
DTB*   '   ***  **'

And you could invert the data just by changing "DTB* " to
"DTB *" if needed, without having to tediously re-type
everything.

 And DTH   F3 2B C0 02 etc. with and without spaces might
have some uses as well, if just to not have to type all the
extra specifiers and commas.

<rant on>
 Also it could really use letting you set the specifiers,
like changing the current PC from $ to *anything* else so
you can change the 0x hex specifier to $xx like it's
supposed to be!
<rant off>

Alan

1999\06\10@111751 by Darrel Johansen

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    Alan King writes:

    >Who to contact at Microchip for improvements to MPASM??

    Well, the best contact is through the Microchip Web Conferences at

        http://www.microchip.com/10/Faqs/index.htm

    The Microchip Development Systems engineers monitor the the
    Development Systems conference daily.  There are other conferences as
    well for general help on PICmicros, Microchip memory devices and
    Microchip Security products.

    FYI, I have added your requests to our data base, but it's not assured
    that Microchip product requests or information to the PICLIST will be
    read by the relevant people at Microchip.

    Darrel Johansen


'MPASM'
2000\01\13@050434 by Jim Robertson
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Does anyone have a copy of Mpasmwin later than 2.30.07? It seems to be the
latest on the microchip web site but it is bugged as far as the 18Cxxx config
directive goes and it is quite dated too.

Any pointers or do I have to wait for microchip to release the 18cxxx parts
before they fix the assembler?




Regards,

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'MPASM'
2000\03\10@131236 by Greg Hartung
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1.  How do I tell how many bytes of program memory my code is using?
2.  Can MPLAB disassemble?
Thanks.

2000\03\10@131824 by Quitt, Walter

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1. Look at the mapfile that's generated
2. The list file gives a disaassembled listing.

Those are some of the "useless extra" files that are generated. :-) :-)

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1.  How do I tell how many bytes of program memory my code is using?
2.  Can MPLAB disassemble?
Thanks.

2000\03\10@133104 by Greg Hartung

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> 1. Look at the mapfile that's generated

It's at the bottom of the .lst file.  Thanks.

>
> 2. The list file gives a disaassembled listing.

My laptop crashed (it's been one of those weeks).  I don't have the list
file.  Only the machine code read from the PIC.

2000\03\10@161523 by M. Adam Davis

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Greg,

Open MPLAB.
Open your programmer window (Picstart, or whatever)
Open the program memory window.
Use your programmer to read the PIC.
The program memory window should have the contents of the PIC now, click the
system icon in the top left hand corner of the program memory window, and it
should give you the option of viewing the program memory as assembly code.

Of course, it won't have your labels or equates, but it does have as much info
as your PIC has.

-Adam


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