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Using SourceBoost 5.9.7 with toolsuite C2C-plus

 

I am compiling a program for the 16F688.

It just grew to over 0x800.

 

The compiler does not change the program page so any functions above 0x800 actually access page0.

 

Under Settings/Options/Compile Options Tab/Advance button there is something called "Dont generate code page change instructions" but this does nothing to the assembly code.

 

Ideas?

Thanks

Robert

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Use BoostC.

 

Using SourceBoost 5.9.7 with toolsuite C2C-plus

 

I am compiling a program for the 16F688.

It just grew to over 0x800.

 

The compiler does not change the program page so any functions above 0x800 actually access page0.

 

Under Settings/Options/Compile Options Tab/Advance button there is something called "Dont generate code page change instructions" but this does  nothing to the assembly code.

 

Ideas?

Thanks

Robert

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Use BoostC.

 

Using SourceBoost 5.9.7 with toolsuite C2C-plus

 

I am compiling a program for the 16F688.

It just grew to over 0x800.

 

The compiler does not change the program page so any functions above 0x800 actually access page0.

 

Under Settings/Options/Compile Options Tab/Advance button there is something called "Dont generate code page change instructions" but this does  nothing to the assembly code.

 

Ideas?

Thanks

Robert

 

Thanks,

I will try that, again.

I paid for the upgrade last year and it didn't go so well.

The SourceBoost IDE I was using V5 didn't work anymore and BoostC is just command line.

So I went back to what I was using and found work arounds for the bugs.

Also the programs I had compiled under C2C wouldn't compile anymore.

I will try to add BoostC V6 to the SourceBoost IDE I currently run V5 and see if that works.

Unless I am doing something wrong, I didn't expect to upgrade and be forced back to command line....

 

Robert

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