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Psp Mode

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Steps to reproduce:

 

Simply set the PSPMODE bit in TRISE register.

 

Expected behaviour:

 

well, enable the psp port in pic 16f877. I don't know if really enables the port, but, there is no sign of change in the register window. Check this: http://www.geocities.com/rdodemotta/Dibujo.jpg

 

Is 100% reproduceable

 

IDE version: 6.15

Compiler: BoostC

Compiler version: 6.15(I think)

Target device: PIC16f877

OS:win xp. no service pack

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Yes, it support it. the 16f877 have a PSP. Check the page 38 (40 in the acobat reader)  in the data sheet

 

(Again) Have you checked in the (SourceBoost) users manual it this feature is supported?

 

Regards,

Pavel

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I not found nothing about the psp of the f877 in the manual. Besides, is just set a bit. in a register, like any other.

 

This means that the SourceBoost can't handle the PSP? and support the pic 16xxxx series?

 

It can be a bug in the watch window, or something.

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rdo,

 

 

I not found nothing about the psp of the f877 in the manual. Besides, is just set a bit. in a register, like any other.

 

This means that the SourceBoost can't handle the PSP? and support the pic 16xxxx series?

 

It can be a bug in the watch window, or something.

BoostC compiler supports this target.

The simulator doesn't simulate PSP, it should act as a regular register though - you should be able to set and clears bits.

 

If this is not the case let us know.

 

Regards

Dave

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