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  1. Thanks for quick responce and fix to bug! All seems to work fine in new version 6.15.
  2. Forgot some escape codes there. The full list seems to be: Escape Sequences \\ - 0x5c - Backslash \' - 0x27 - Single Quote (not sure if it is hex 27 ???) \" - 0x22 - Double Quote (not sure if it is hex 22 ???) \? - 0x3f - Question Mark \0 - 0x00 - null \a - 0x07 - Alert = Produces an audible or visible alert. \b - 0x08 - Backspace = Moves the cursor back one position (non-destructive). \f - 0x0c - Form Feed = Moves the cursor to the first position of the next page. \n - 0x0a - New Line = Moves the cursor to the first position of the next line. \r - 0x0d - Carriage Return = M
  3. Bug description: When including source files that are in sub directories with MPLAB, they are not found by the BoostC compiler. For example, I have a project that consist out of the following files: main.c main.h mxlib/lcdchar.c mxlib/lcdchar.h When creating a project in MPLAB, and adding "main.c" and "mxlib/lcdchar.c" to my MPLAB project, BoostC does not find "mxlib/lcdchar.c" during compilation. It also shows that it is looking in the wrong folder. It reports the following error message: lcdchar.c FATAL: Unable to open input file: D:\prj\pic\lcd16s\lcdchar.c Error: preprocessi
  4. Bug description: Partial implementation of Ansi C escape sequences. Partial implementation of Ansi C escape sequences. Ansi C defines the following escape sequences that can be used within strings: \0 - 0x00 - null \a - 0x07 - Alert = Produces an audible or visible alert. \b - 0x08 - Backspace = Moves the cursor back one position (non-destructive). \f - 0x0c - Form Feed = Moves the cursor to the first position of the next page. \n - 0x0a - New Line = Moves the cursor to the first position of the next line. \r - 0x0d - Carriage Return = Moves the cursor to the first position
  5. Are you sure that is the defined Ansi C behaviour? All other compilers I use (CCS, HiTech, MPLAB C18, BCC...) will ignore everything following the /* sequence until it encounters the */ end of comment sequence.
  6. Bug description: When a /* string is placed inside a /*.....*/ comment, it creates an error in the compiler. The compiler brings the following error: line nnn: EOF in comment Steps to reproduce: Place the following in a *.c file: /* This is a comment /* This line causes an error */ Is the problem 100% reproduceable: Yes IDE version: SourceBoost IDE version Compiler: BoostC Compiler version: V6.14 Target device: PIC16f689 OS: Windows 2000
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