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In Boostc Compatable With Proteus Vsm?

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Hi..

I use BoostC to write a Traffic Light code.

After writing it, I download the code onto PIC16F84A and it work fine there..

But when I use the hex code generated on Proteus ISIS' traffic light, it doesn't work there.. The RB3 and RB4 pin on for unlimited amount of time.

Due to the working environment I am in, actual hardware simulation is not practical.

So, I need to use Proteus to simulate more complicated circuits...

Do anybody know how I can make hex code generated by BoostC run in Proteus..?

Help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks in advance..

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This has been resolved at Labcentre's forum.

 

see http://support.labcenter.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=484

 

Mr Nobody hasnt bothered to come back and tell us.

 

 

 

Hi..

I use BoostC to write a Traffic Light code.

After writing it, I download the code onto PIC16F84A and it work fine there..

But when I use the hex code generated on Proteus ISIS' traffic light, it doesn't work there.. The RB3 and RB4 pin on for unlimited amount of time.

Due to the working environment I am in, actual hardware simulation is not practical.

So, I need to use Proteus to simulate more complicated circuits...

Do anybody know how I can make hex code generated by BoostC run in Proteus..?

Help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks in advance..

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Well, you're right. He's raised the question up in both communities, solved - hopefully - his problem but then forgot to come with any useful feedback to you; singular attitude !

 

Just for the record - and to confirm what I've already stated there - Labcenter, as well as SourceBoost are both included into the Microchip's Third-party providers list and therefore either product must comply with Microchip's MPLAB tools. I can't really say (I didn't understand yet) which were precisely the problems he has encountered initially with both the products; as I've demonstrated to him, I've just got BoostC, compiled his code and then simulated it within Proteus VSM, either in real-time or in debug mode and with no problems, of course. I'd say indeed they work so well together that I've purchased a BoostC licence for my personal purposes.

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