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I have bought a plugin licence but i cannot use it.

 

Please tell me how to start the simulator. :-(

 

 

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j3n4 the noob :-(

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j3n4,

I have bought a plugin licence but i cannot use it.

 

Please tell me how to start the simulator. :-(

Compile and link your code (use the build button), then press the bug button on the tool bar.

 

Regards

Dave

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j3n4,
I have bought a plugin licence but i cannot use it.

 

Please tell me how to start the simulator. :-(

Compile and link your code (use the build button), then press the bug button on the tool bar.

 

Regards

Dave

 

Hi,

i have already tryed to start debugger for simulate but he show me a green line on the code and the LCD not start.

Why?

 

I have copy and past the example found in:

SourceBoost\plugin_examples\lcd\LCD4BIT.__c

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j3n4,

i have already tryed to start debugger for simulate but he show me a green line on the code and the LCD not start.

Why?

You need to go to the plugins menu and select the LCD plugin. Then run the code by clicking on the tool bar button (or press F5).

 

Regards

Dave

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Sorry but in all my test i have already selected the LCD plugin, configured it and pressed F5 or the bug icon.

 

The code is the example from:

SourceBoost\plugin_examples\lcd\LCD4BIT.__c

 

But the LCD module is not printing.

This is the problem.

 

After this testing i wrote here because I have thinked the simulator is an external program...

 

Its platform problem?

Can I send screenshot?

 

Reguards

j3n4

 

(Sorry for my english, Im italian).

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j3n4,

Its platform problem?

Can I send screenshot?

(Sorry for my english, Im italian).

Its most like a configuration problem in the LCD config. Like you have connected it to the correct PIC i/o pins.

 

BTW: Your english is very good.

 

Regards

Dave

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j3n4,
Its platform problem?

Can I send screenshot?

(Sorry for my english, Im italian).

Its most like a configuration problem in the LCD config. Like you have connected it to the correct PIC i/o pins.

 

BTW: Your english is very good.

 

Regards

Dave

 

 

Hi,

the only difference on my IDE is the 16f876 pic and the clock frequence at 4000000.

But i have just tested with 16f84A and 20000000 clock frequence and not working too! :-(

 

The Pin i have found in source code is the same of plugin:

 

// Date 4 September 2003
//
// Designed and test for 16F84A
//
// Interface :   
// RS = RA01
// WR = RA02
// E  = RA00
//
// DB7 = RB07
// DB6 = RB06
// DB5 = RB05
// DB4 = RB04
//                                                                               
// Using 4 Bit interface

 

Plugin can select RA1 instead RA01, is the same?

 

 

BTW: Your english is very good.

Tnx!! :-)

 

 

Reguards

j3n4

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the only difference on my IDE is the 16f876 pic and the clock frequence at 4000000.

But i have just tested with 16f84A and 20000000 clock frequence and not working too! :-(

 

The Pin i have found in source code is the same of plugin:

 

// Date 4 September 2003
//
// Designed and test for 16F84A
//
// Interface :   
// RS = RA01
// WR = RA02
// E  = RA00
//
// DB7 = RB07
// DB6 = RB06
// DB5 = RB05
// DB4 = RB04
//                                                                               
// Using 4 Bit interface

 

Plugin can select RA1 instead RA01, is the same?

Yes RA1 is the same as RA01. Select the pin from the drop down list in each case instead of typing the pin name in.

 

Please run the original project with all original configuration, as that will definately work.

 

You can re-install the SourceBoost package to restore all source and project files (the project file actually contains the plugin configuration).

 

Regards

Dave

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j3n4,
Its platform problem?

Can I send screenshot?

(Sorry for my english, Im italian).

Its most like a configuration problem in the LCD config. Like you have connected it to the correct PIC i/o pins.

 

BTW: Your english is very good.

 

Regards

Dave

 

 

Hi,

the only difference on my IDE is the 16f876 pic and the clock frequence at 4000000.

But i have just tested with 16f84A and 20000000 clock frequence and not working too! :-(

 

The Pin i have found in source code is the same of plugin:

 

// Date 4 September 2003
//
// Designed and test for 16F84A
//
// Interface :   
// RS = RA01
// WR = RA02
// E  = RA00
//
// DB7 = RB07
// DB6 = RB06
// DB5 = RB05
// DB4 = RB04
//                                                                               
// Using 4 Bit interface

 

Plugin can select RA1 instead RA01, is the same?

 

 

BTW: Your english is very good.

Tnx!! :-)

 

 

Reguards

j3n4

 

 

I have deinstalled clean directory and reinstalled the sourceboost program... nothing... not work :-((((((

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the only difference on my IDE is the 16f876 pic and the clock frequence at 4000000.

But i have just tested with 16f84A and 20000000 clock frequence and not working too! :-(

 

The Pin i have found in source code is the same of plugin:

 

// Date 4 September 2003
//
// Designed and test for 16F84A
//
// Interface :   
// RS = RA01
// WR = RA02
// E  = RA00
//
// DB7 = RB07
// DB6 = RB06
// DB5 = RB05
// DB4 = RB04
//                                                                               
// Using 4 Bit interface

 

Plugin can select RA1 instead RA01, is the same?

Yes RA1 is the same as RA01. Select the pin from the drop down list in each case instead of typing the pin name in.

 

Please run the original project with all original configuration, as that will definately work.

 

You can re-install the SourceBoost package to restore all source and project files (the project file actually contains the plugin configuration).

 

Regards

Dave

 

 

Ok i have deinstalled and reinstalled it, i start the original project from the example code and its work!!! :lol:

But whyy!?? :blink:

 

Please tell me why! I need for my project!

 

Reguards

j3n4

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j3n4,

Ok i have deinstalled and reinstalled it, i start the original project from the example code and its work!!!  :lol:

But whyy!??  :blink:

 

Please tell me why! I need for my project!

Move forward one step at a time and you will find it.

Watch out as some pics use Port A for analog inputs, and that is the default mode for the port.

 

Regards

Dave

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j3n4,
Ok i have deinstalled and reinstalled it, i start the original project from the example code and its work!!!  :lol:

But whyy!??  :blink:

 

Please tell me why! I need for my project!

Move forward one step at a time and you will find it.

Watch out as some pics use Port A for analog inputs, and that is the default mode for the port.

 

Regards

Dave

 

Ok, right.

But i have make new empty project, selected 16F84A the pic target and selected the clock at 20000000.

I have copy and past the source code, build all and not work.

What I lost? If i know this i think i can make the same for other pics... or not?

 

In any case Tnx for your Help Dave!

 

Reguards

j34n

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Ok, right.

But i have make new empty project, selected 16F84A the pic target and selected the clock  at 20000000.

I have copy and past the source code, build all  and not work.

What I lost? If i know this i think i can make the same for other pics... or not?

 

Sorry i tryed the same process after reinstalling the program and now it work.

Sorry again.

 

Please help me, i need to make the same with the pic 16f876 where i can faund or search example for do it?

Its most important for me.

 

Txn!

 

Reguards

j3n4

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