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  1. Yes, for whatever reason Chameleon removes the high byte of the configuration word. (e.g. If the config word should be 0x3F30 the resulting Chameleon hex file will show it as 0x0030.) I did not discover this until I started flashing my MCUs and found that none of the configuration fuses were correct. And a second point: On the average Chameleon will produce a hex file about 1.5 times larger than one produced by BoostC. Again, I don't know why it does this. (It's supposed to be an optimizing compiler.) This is only my experience from using it. Needless to say I use BoostC as my toolsui
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