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  1. I am in trying (so far in vain) to port an application I wrote on Hitech PIcc lite using a state machine compiler from IAR (called VisualSTATE). A proof of concept I developed built and worked fine on a 12F675 which I was very pleased by (its only a 1K part with 64 bytes RAM). Alas I am out of resources and am looking for an affordable C compiler. The problem I am having is with the port of the coder generated files from the IAR product aren't working. I cannot rewrite them because the whole point of a state machine compiler is to have the state machine compiler generate the code for the p
  2. Thanks for the feedback. I am certainly interested in getting to know the compiler, but perhaps I was holding out hope the port would be relatively painless. My project includes a state machine file generated by a commercial software product. It includes many libraries that don't seem to be included in Sourceboost. Example: stddef.h. I will try to pull those in and see how they work. Your idea about killing the object files seemed to work. I just assumed the build would overwrite those files. Regards, That sounds like you have linked into your project a binary or
  3. Greetings; I have been working on a project with HiTech PIcc using a 12F675 but I noticed the price to convert from the Picc lite demo to the full version is not do-able for me. Sourceboost seems to have a more affordable solution. Before I pull the trigger I'd like to try it out a little bit. Also this will give me an opportunity to see how efficient the compilers are against each other. I brought in the files and as I expected it didn't compile (I'm not that optimistic). I got a rather cryptic error message saying "bad .obj file header". Questions: any ideas about the most
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