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  1. Hi, I'm using BoostC 6.13, target 12F675 When I compile an inline function that uses bit postfixes on PIC special function registers incorrect code seems to be generated (ie the compiler allocates new bit variables rather than use the PIC special function register) e.g. inline void Initialise() { /* Disable global interrupts Enable timer0 Interrupt Enable peripheral interrupts */ intcon = 01100000b; /* Set Timer0 to timer mode (incremented by the system clock) Set Timer0 pre-scaler to / 4 Enable GPIO weak pullup resisters */ option_reg = 00000001b; // Ensure a
  2. The expirey message is expected, soon we will release a new BoostC version. But you should not see any slow down in BoostC compiler or Linker. Regards Dave <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
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