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Hi,

I have installed Sourceboost 7.42 and ran preg.exe as administrator, entered my name and license key, clicked OK and it says:

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boostc_pic16.exe: success
boostc_pic18.exe: success


 


However when I click the build button in the IDE the linker always complains:
 

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License restricted by the following files:
    Release/pic_usb.obj
    Release/pic_usb_buffer_mgt.obj
    Release/usb_config_hid.obj
    Release/usb_hid_class.obj
Recompile the code with a less restrictive compiler license!
License exceeded by RAM: 880 bytes
License exceeded by ROM: 2448 bytes

You have reached the limit of the Lite License (Unregistered)
PIC18 max code size:8192 bytes, max RAM banks:2, Non commercial use only
You can upgrade your license. Please visit: http://www.sourceboost.com

 

What can be wrong?

OS is Windows 10 64bit

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Hi

 

Assuming those object files are part of your code, the linker might be trying to reuse them without a new compilation.

Just force a full recompilation of all the source code.

 

 

Best regards

Jorge

 

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Already tried that yesterday through build->clean and didn't solve the problem but today I deleted the files from the "Release" folder manually, then I did a recompile and it worked!

Some source code files are in a sub directory in my project dir and it seems the IDE doesn't remove the .obj files for the .c that are in the subdirectory when you do build -> clean.

Thanks for the help

Tom

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