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That means subroutines can't remove data from the stack they're done with before calling other subroutines. Hello, yes I can confirm for me at least that the medicine is working with latest versions from microchip website.

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I'm sorry to say but your question needs to be improved otherwise it will not receive a full answer. I bet many saw your question and moved on because the question is not clear. I understand that you work with XC8 compiler and MPLABX. The rest is just mixed ideas. Just my 2 cents: if you are after a software reset you can use information's from here: or use a Watchdog timer to perform the reset: Logged Maybe is something with me today, but I could not understand completely what he wanted.

As far as I understand a software reset does not clear RAM in a hardware way MCLR reset count as a pin-based software reset also. Indeed XC compiler inserts some code to zero all RAM variables before calling main function. Use the persistent qualifier see Section 5. « Last Edit: June 17, 2016, 09:57:13 09:57 by mars01 » Logged Hi mars01 and metal, thank you for your help. ASAP I will check this behaviour in the compiler work. I am not too instructed in this compiler, because normally I am using Renesas and some ARM devices under IAR compilers and Atmel Studio.

Metal has catch the exact sense of my question. In the XC8, you can see in the.. A better explanation of my question: Assumed we have 1K of RAM memory, after the reset and before main is called, the compiler place some code to clear ALL ram, and I need a block without any changes. Thing , if I am working and an unexpected RESET, is done watch-dog, EMI noise, etc , I need some variables not be touched , to remember some states of the machine.

I have asked tro Microchip support, expect some answer soor. Posted on: June 18, 2016, 08:13:20 20:13 - Automerged Hi again mars01, I have found and read the paragraph you mentioned in the XC8 manual, and OOOPS! Is the good answer. Logged Hi mars01, the selection you mentioned work as expected. Logged I am sure that there are other changes under the hood. Also, maybe my code was not the best to test whatever changes they made: I have some big arrays of int's. Not much that can be improved there.

Not to mention support for new controllers and maybe some fixes. Logged Renamed original xclm. After setup completed you have new original xclm. Logged With XC8 v1. If i rename or delete original xclm.

I tried to manually run the new xclm. Did i miss something? It did happen to me once and since then what I do is: 1. In your case, before doing what I have wrote above, you need to uninstall the XC8 compiler, delete the XC8 folder and then reinstall the XC8 compiler.

I say this, because once you see that the files can't be patched, my method will not work until you actually do the uninstall - reinstall thing. Logged I re-built my workbench PC last week and re-installed all the Microchip development tools: MPLab 3. Also I only tested with one device for each compiler. I can imagine that the optimization could be a lot different with different devices. The program may be too small to optimize properly.

XC16 actually produced larger code in Mode 2, and Mode S was only very slightly better than no optimizations.

The purpose of the code was to prove that the optimizations were doing something, and they obviously are. The non-Free optimization with XC8 was the most dramatic.

The thing I have not proven is whether the optimizations will still work in a month. I'm not sure how to tell if the compilers really think they are properly licensed. Logged With XC8 v1. If i rename or delete original xclm. I've been having the same problem. I've got all versions up to 1. Tried all the recommendations in the posts above and more...

I can live with using 1. I see there's another xclm. Logged chicowood I attach bellow the xclm files xclm. Try to uninstall the XC8 compiler, clean the folder if something still remain inside maybe use CCleaner to clean the registry , install again the XC8 compiler v 1. Make sure UAC is disabled who knows, it might be interfering somehow.

Open an command prompt windows, as administrator, CD to the bin directory of the XC8 installation and run xclm. My XC8 installation is in this location: If this is still not working then I don't know what will. LE: Actually there may be another way... I updated the attached file and added also the picc and pic18 files already patched.

Maybe they will help you by replacing them in the installation directory. « Last Edit: January 18, 2017, 06:32:35 18:32 by mars01 » Logged.


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I have writen it to support the ds. Floating-point Types If you are building for C99, support for 24-bit float and double floating-point types is no longer provided, and these types will be forced to be 32-bits wide. The printf function has been expanded to include C99 placeholders for these new types. Did i miss something. Open an command prompt windows, as administrator, CD to the bin directory of the XC8 installation and run xclm.
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I'm sorry to say but your question needs to be improved otherwise it will not receive a full answer. I bet many saw your question and moved on because the question is not clear.

I understand that you work with XC8 compiler and MPLABX. The rest is just mixed ideas. Just my 2 cents: if you are after a software reset you can use information's from here: or use a Watchdog timer to perform the reset: Logged Maybe is something with me today, but I could not understand completely what he wanted.

As far as I understand a software reset does not clear RAM in a hardware way MCLR reset count as a pin-based software reset also. Indeed XC compiler inserts some code to zero all RAM variables before calling main function. Use the persistent qualifier see Section 5. « Last Edit: June 17, 2016, 09:57:13 09:57 by mars01 » Logged Hi mars01 and metal, thank you for your help. ASAP I will check this behaviour in the compiler work.

I am not too instructed in this compiler, because normally I am using Renesas and some ARM devices under IAR compilers and Atmel Studio. Metal has catch the exact sense of my question.

In the XC8, you can see in the.. A better explanation of my question: Assumed we have 1K of RAM memory, after the reset and before main is called, the compiler place some code to clear ALL ram, and I need a block without any changes.

Thing , if I am working and an unexpected RESET, is done watch-dog, EMI noise, etc , I need some variables not be touched , to remember some states of the machine. I have asked tro Microchip support, expect some answer soor.

Posted on: June 18, 2016, 08:13:20 20:13 - Automerged Hi again mars01, I have found and read the paragraph you mentioned in the XC8 manual, and OOOPS! Is the good answer. Logged Hi mars01, the selection you mentioned work as expected. Logged I am sure that there are other changes under the hood. Also, maybe my code was not the best to test whatever changes they made: I have some big arrays of int's.

Not much that can be improved there. Not to mention support for new controllers and maybe some fixes. Logged Renamed original xclm. After setup completed you have new original xclm.

Logged With XC8 v1. If i rename or delete original xclm. I tried to manually run the new xclm. Did i miss something? It did happen to me once and since then what I do is: 1. In your case, before doing what I have wrote above, you need to uninstall the XC8 compiler, delete the XC8 folder and then reinstall the XC8 compiler.

I say this, because once you see that the files can't be patched, my method will not work until you actually do the uninstall - reinstall thing. Logged I re-built my workbench PC last week and re-installed all the Microchip development tools: MPLab 3.

Also I only tested with one device for each compiler. I can imagine that the optimization could be a lot different with different devices. The program may be too small to optimize properly.

XC16 actually produced larger code in Mode 2, and Mode S was only very slightly better than no optimizations. The purpose of the code was to prove that the optimizations were doing something, and they obviously are. The non-Free optimization with XC8 was the most dramatic.

The thing I have not proven is whether the optimizations will still work in a month. I'm not sure how to tell if the compilers really think they are properly licensed. Logged With XC8 v1. If i rename or delete original xclm.

I've been having the same problem. I've got all versions up to 1. Tried all the recommendations in the posts above and more... I can live with using 1. I see there's another xclm. Logged chicowood I attach bellow the xclm files xclm. Try to uninstall the XC8 compiler, clean the folder if something still remain inside maybe use CCleaner to clean the registry , install again the XC8 compiler v 1.

Make sure UAC is disabled who knows, it might be interfering somehow. Open an command prompt windows, as administrator, CD to the bin directory of the XC8 installation and run xclm. My XC8 installation is in this location: If this is still not working then I don't know what will. LE: Actually there may be another way... I updated the attached file and added also the picc and pic18 files already patched. Maybe they will help you by replacing them in the installation directory.

« Last Edit: January 18, 2017, 06:32:35 18:32 by mars01 » Logged.

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