Re: XC Compilers - Software ONLY « Reply #120 on: January 20, 2016, 06:57:36 06:57 » Is there a doctor in da house that can help me apply the medicine to my XC8 v1.35 installation on my Mac?
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Is there a doctor in da house that can help me apply the medicine to my XC8 v1.35 installation on my Mac? I tried all the steps mentioned in this thread, but somehow can't get it to work. This is what I did: 1) I downloaded the files from the top post 2) My XC8 is installed as a free license (not the time limited Pro trial) 3) opened up the terminal, and moved to the install directory of the XC 8 compiler, whis in my case is: /Applications/microchip/mplabx/v3.20/mplab_ide.app/Contents/Resources/mplab_ide/ 4) tested the current state of the compiler with ' xc8 --chip=16f1516 --mode=pro' and get the following (expected) result: Microchip MPLAB XC8 C Compiler (Free Mode) V1.35 Build date: Jul 7 2015 Part Support Version: 1.35 (B) Copyright (C) 2015 Microchip Technology Inc. License type: Node Configuration (939) no file arguments (908) exit status = 1 5) I renamed the original xclm file to xclm.old 6) Copied the new xclm file from the download to my working directory 7) ran the new xclm using ' sudo./xclm', but got the (unexpected) result ' Nothing to do' 8) when I recheck the status of the comiler again with ' xc8 --chip=16f1516 --mode=pro', I still get the same result: Microchip MPLAB XC8 C Compiler (Free Mode) V1.35 Build date: Jul 7 2015 Part Support Version: 1.35 (B) Copyright (C) 2015 Microchip Technology Inc. License type: Node Configuration (939) no file arguments (908) exit status = 1 Am I doing something wrong?
I'm running Mac OS X 10.11.2, with MPLAB X IDE v3.20, XC8 v1.35 with v1.35b part support. Any help is greatly appreciated! Krayzeeman Logged. Wallpaper animasi bergerac untuk pc.