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MPLAB X & CCS C Compiler 4.0

 
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jb2017



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MPLAB X & CCS C Compiler 4.0
PostPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:52 am     Reply with quote

Hello,

we currently used the MPLAB v8.92 and CCS C Compiler 4.0.x to develop small programs for our PIC micro controllers.

I want to upgrade the IDE to MPLAB X 4.01 (I also tested 3.55).

I executed the steps by the CCS tutorial to install the MPLAB X plugin: https://www.ccsinfo.com/pdfs/mplabx_ccs_tutorial.pdf

In the IDE I get the list entry (see menu Tools > Options > Embed > Build tools) Compiler with the correct paths. BUT if I want to create a new project with e.g. PIC12F675 or the same identifier as in the tutorial PIC16F887 I cannot select the CCS C Compiler in the project wizard.

I don't see any mistakes in my process to install the plugin and to use the CCS C compiler. The root directory (C:\Program Files (x86)\PICC) of the PICC is also added to the environment "PATH" variable.

Have you any ideas to resolve my issue? Are there any logging messages to look into? Do I need to upgrade the compiler suite?

Thanks a lot.

Kind regards,

Jakob
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:52 am     Reply with quote

With MPLABX you typically also have to go to the plugins page, go to the list of available plugins and install it from within mplabx. Installing it from the CCS Plugin is only the first step.

I don't know if it still works with CCS v4 compilers or not (probably, but unsure).
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