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  1. Yes this is possible in V7 as well as in V6. Do it according to ANSI C. A common way is to put struct declaration into a header file. Include this header into a source file where you want to use extern struct declaration and declare it like: extern struct Foo f; Regards, Pavel
  2. I'd either use 2 tables for low and high bytes or one table that store low and high byte separately and combine their values to get a 16 bit number when needed. Regards, Pavel
  3. Anything that can be shared between several source files goes to .h These are usually defines, typedefs and struct/union/class definitions. Everything else goes to .c files. Regards, Pavel
  4. If this is about the extended instruction set there are no plans to make SourceBoost compilers work with it. Regards, Pavel
  5. Yes we do have a plugin for the BoostC compiler to work with MPLABX. When MPLABX is released this plugin will be part of SourceBoost installation. Before that we may release it stand alone. Regards, Pavel
  6. Have you turned off extended instruction set? SourceBoost compilers don't support it and code that they produce won't run correctly if extended instruction set is enabled. Regards, Pavel
  7. Please zip all files in your project directory and send it along with a note that mentions full path to this project location to support@sourceboost.com We'll try to reproduce the problem. Next thing to do is to move your project to a location that does not have spaces in the path. If this does not help you need to re-create project by first creating an empty project, copying source files from the original project to the new project directory and adding them to the new project. Regards, Pavel
  8. All SourceBoost compilers use little endian for all targets. Regards, Pavel
  9. No problem. Check you PM. Regards, Pavel
  10. As Reynard noted you don't have any project or workspace open. Opening a source file in IDE does not open a project. You need to go to a Workspace menu and either create or open an existing project. Regards, Pavel
  11. This happens when no project/workspace is open in SourceBoost IDE. Because there is no project open neither Options nor Target make any sense. Try to open an existing project or create a new one and both Options and Target dialogs will show some data. Regards, Pavel
  12. Try to re-install SourceBoost. This will fix the damages done by Norton SONAR. Here is a link to relevant topic Regards, Pavel
  13. This is a compiler limitation: only default constructor of a base class can be used when construction an inherited object. Regards, Pavel
  14. Very good bug reports. Small, clear, easy to reproduce and all were easy to fix :)

    Pavel

  15. Fixed. Fix will be available in 7.02. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  16. Fixed. Fix will be available in 7.02. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  17. Fixed. Fix will be available in 7.02. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  18. Fixed. Fix will be available in 7.02. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  19. Both are fixed. Fix will be available in 7.02. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  20. This one is very minor and affects only limited (just one ) number of users. Will not fix. Regards, Pavel
  21. Fixed. Fix will be available in the coming 7.02 release. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  22. Fixed. Fix will be available in the coming 7.02 release. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  23. Fixed. Fix will be available in the coming 7.02 release. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  24. Fixed. Fix will be available in the coming 7.02 release. Thanks for reporting. Regards, Pavel
  25. Because SourceBoost generates some files and registry data not all will be removed when you uninstall it (this is not something SourceBoost specific but the way how windows uninstall works, uninstall removes only what was created during installation but not what was created after) To start absolutely fresh, uninstall SourceBoost and than delete it's installation directory and SourceBoostIDE registry entries that can be found in HKCU/Software and HKLM/SOFTWARE. After this install SourceBoost back and if you still have same crashes they must be caused by some external programs or something else present in your system. Regards, Pavel
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