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Dobrynya Shiryaev
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Tips and Tricks for Using MPASMWIN.EXE with MPLAB IDE and Other Tools



You need the latest version of MPASM, the Microchip PIC Assembler. This can be found on the Microchip website - just type "MPASM" into the search box on the front page. At the time of writing, it's a 565KB download.




Mpasmwin.exe download


DOWNLOAD: https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Furlcod.com%2F2u6VSL&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AOvVaw078lGY0wlT0DN1tddG5BfZ



If you like, you can download MPLAB, which is their development environment that includes MPASM. Personally, I don't use MPLAB, but don't let that stop you. Recent versions of MPLAB are really quite good, and it includes a simulator which is occasionally useful. If you're on a dial-up connection, you may not want to do this as it's a 38MB download! (version 6.6)


Download IC-Prog from -prog.com/ - it's a 550KB download. Decide now which drive and folder you are planning to install it to, as you'll need to know this later. For all sorts of complicated historic reasons (habit!), I installed it on my F: drive, in F:\CAD\PIC\PICProg (You have to create your own folder).


The download is 1.18MB, so fairly dial-up friendly. Installation is a simple case of running the .EXE, and choosing which directory to install to. For all sorts of complicated historic reasons (also habit!), I installed it on my D: drive, in D:\Program Files\WinUtils\ConTEXT


Now, the fun begins. First, we need to install the correct Microchip PIC highlighter. My version is here, but feel free to make your own, as mine is a "work in progress". Every few months I discover a new keyword that should be in the list! Alternatively you can download one from the ConTEXT site - I haven't tried this, so I can't comment on it. Either way, copy the appropriate .CHL file to the Highlighters directory within the ConTEXT programme directory and restart ConTEXT.


I downloaded the full version of MPLAB 7.00 from Microchip. I also downloaded C18 2.40 (via the FIRST link). I also downloaded IFI Loader 1.0.10 from IFI. Note that I did not use any files from the CDROM included in the 2005 kit.


MPASM Assembler (mpasmwin.exe) C:\Program Files\Microchip\MPASM Suite\MPASMWIN.EXEMPLINK Object Linker (mplink.exe) D:\mcc18\bin\mplink.exeMPLAB C18 C Compiler (mcc18.exe) D:\mcc18\bin\mcc18.exeMPLIB Librarian (mplib.exe) D:\mcc18\bin\mplib.exe


But, FYI, you can install multiple MPLABX versions! They are installed in their own directory using the version as the name (so no conflicts or overwriting). I have installed the latest version so that I can use the latest features with other toolchains, but also version v5.35 to work with MPASM. Previous software versions, like v5.35, can be obtained at the Microchip downloads archive page: MPLAB X IDE Archives


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Download the MPLAB IDE development environment if it isn't installed on your computer. Here a direct link to version 7.60a Open your favourite text editor in order to edit the source files. This is a snapshot of Emacs, my preferred editor under Windows and Unix. However, not everybody finds it userfriendly - it's one of the most powerful editors (with integrated programming language and endless extensions like HTML browser, mail, newsreader, games ;-), but requires a lot of practice before it can be used efficiently. The windows version can be downloaded from here: emacs@Win.A good alternative editor for Windows (only) is Ultraedit or the integrated editor of MPLAB. After changes have been made in the source code, you have to open the MPASM assembler. It's located in the MCHIP_Tools directory of MPLAB Select the .asm file which should be built and click on the "Assemble" button. The output file will get the same name with .hex extension. If the assembler notified no errors (*), the new .hex file can now be uploaded by using MIOS Studio (see also this page). (*) If MPASM notifies errors or warnings, the .hex file will NOT be updated! In such a case have a look into the .err file (e.g. main.err) which contains all messages and references to the incorrect parts of the code. You could also check the .lst file (e.g. main.lst) which contains the whole listing - plus errors and warnings.If you assembled "main.asm", the name of the error file is "main.err". Or if you assembled "setup_8580.asm", the filename is "setup_8580.err", etc...A typical, and very annoying error is the one which happens, when the path to the source file is longer than 64 characters. It isn't clear to me why MPLAB still works with limitations of the Win3.1 world... the only workaround is to move the source directory to an upper path, e.g. into a separate C:\mios directory.


FTDI Driver for Windows (This zip file contains driver software for your PIC-P40-USB board from Olimex. After download, unzip this file and save the files in your select location of your PC. Then connect your PIC-P40-USB board via USB cable to your USB port. Then, your PC would search for a proper driver for the board. Luckily you PC can recognize the board. Then, everything is OK. The only thing left is to check the serial port number of the board. Details of this are described in Chapter 4 of my book. If you are not lucky enough, the your PC asks for a driver, and you designate the location where your unzipped files reside. Wish you success!)


CLEAN SUCCESSFUL (total time: 3ms)make -f nbproject/Makefile-default.mk SUBPROJECTS= .build-confmake[1]: Entering directory 'C:/Users/ABDULLAH/MPLABXProjects/Finger/Finger.X'make -f nbproject/Makefile-default.mk dist/default/production/Finger.X.production.hexmake[2]: Entering directory 'C:/Users/ABDULLAH/MPLABXProjects/Finger/Finger.X'"C:\Program Files\Microchip\xc8\v2.00\bin\xc8-cc.exe" -mcpu=16F877A -c -fno-short-double -fno-short-float -O0 -fasmfile -maddrqual=ignore -xassembler-with-cpp -Wa,-a -DXPRJ_default=default -msummary=-psect,-class,+mem,-hex,-file -ginhx032 -Wl,--data-init -mno-keep-startup -mno-osccal -mno-resetbits -mno-save-resetbits -mno-download -mno-stackcall -std=c99 -gdwarf-3 -mstack=compiled:auto:auto -o build/default/production/Finger.p1 Finger.c ::: advisory: (2049) C99 compliant libraries are currently not available for baseline or mid-range devices, or for enhanced mid-range devices using a reentrant stack; using C90 librariesFinger.c:92:1: warning: type specifier missing, defaults to 'int' [-Wimplicit-int]lcdprint(char *str)^Finger.c:99:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function [-Wreturn-type]}^Finger.c:101:1: warning: type specifier missing, defaults to 'int' [-Wimplicit-int]lcdbegin()^Finger.c:107:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function [-Wreturn-type]}^Finger.c:144:1: warning: type specifier missing, defaults to 'int' [-Wimplicit-int]serialprint(char *str)^Finger.c:150:1: warning: control reaches end of non-void function [-Wreturn-type]}^Finger.c:152:6: error: variable has incomplete type 'void'void interrupt SerialRxPinInterrupt(void) ^Finger.c:152:15: error: expected ';' after top level declaratorvoid interrupt SerialRxPinInterrupt(void) ^ ;6 warnings and 2 errors generated.(908) exit status = 1nbproject/Makefile-default.mk:105: recipe for target 'build/default/production/Finger.p1' failedmake[2]: Leaving directory 'C:/Users/ABDULLAH/MPLABXProjects/Finger/Finger.X'nbproject/Makefile-default.mk:90: recipe for target '.build-conf' failedmake[1]: Leaving directory 'C:/Users/ABDULLAH/MPLABXProjects/Finger/Finger.X'nbproject/Makefile-impl.mk:39: recipe for target '.build-impl' failedmake[2]: *** [build/default/production/Finger.p1] Error 1make[1]: *** [.build-conf] Error 2make: *** [.build-impl] Error 2


The C compilers are free from this page, just click on the "Compiler Downloads" tab and you can download/use them. They have licenses for more commercial uses if you want, but you don't need it to use them. You shouldn't have to install the XC compilers if you don't want to use them, MPASM comes installed with MPLAB X.


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