Please excuse me if this has been covered before. I searched on "Windows 7" and got nothing that helped.
I have been away from PicBasic for a few months and during that time I switched my office computer from XP to W7 (32 bit Pro version). The other day I had a need to make a minor change to an older program and discovered that it would no longer compile without a bunch of errors. I guess I never tried to actually compile anything after reinstalling PBP and the IDE. I always used the PM assemblier in the past.
I ordered an upgrade and installed version 2.60C. It still will not compile without errors.
I typed in the little blinky light example from the manual and it will compile as long as I use the MPASM assembler. Without MPASM I get errors like:
Error TEST01.MAC 6: label 'rs?rp' undefined in pass 0
In the program I wanted to edit I use statements like:
@ device pic16f684, INTRC_OSC_NOCLKOUT
to set up the fuses in the PIC. Do I need to simply use MPASM and change these statements to the MPASM form?
Is there something I'm missing that will allow PBP to work as before with WIndows 7?
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