My first thought too Dave, seems like it would not compile in 2.5 with that error, wondering if this is "found code" and/or if there is a missing include file.
Here is the full .asm file http://pastebin.com/RcTFmNjd
Look for a label or variable named Rollover in your code. Or I should say a label or variable called in your code that is not defined in your code.
Thank you for this: I had tried every similar variation but failed to make it work!
What Richard said is critical as Configs are handled differently in PBP 3.xx over any prior version. The HS in the config statement simply turns up the power to the OSC so as to enable...
If it gave you pain, it was not NOTHING. Someone WILL encounter this situation again, AND see this thread, AND it will help them. Keep posting!
Considering all MPASM errors are assembly errors, and IF they correctly worked in PBP 2.5 my best advice is to look carefully at your config settings. Try deleting the config in your code...
You can add these lines to your code to enable pull-ups
TRISB = %11111111 ' Portb set to input
WPUB = %11111111 'all pull ups on portb enabled
INTCON2.7 = 0 ' 0 = enabled, 1 = off
I'm going round in circles trying to find how to set the weak pullups on Port B of the 18F45K22.
It seems to involve INTCON2 to enable the pullups; and WPUB to set the individual bits.
Good evening all-
I recently moved up to PBPV220.127.116.11 from PBP2.5. I have a whole number of projects that compiled & assembled successfully using V2.5 and PM. However, when I try on a 16F876 or...