I added the enhanced instruction set to GPASM 2 years ago when we were
defining the instruction set. I passed the modifications on to the
I can provide the version (old) of GPASM that we used to generate code
for the chip simulations.
Microchip Technology, Inc.
From: Roger Dellor [mailto:roger@...]
Sent: Friday, February 12, 2010 2:23 PM
To: gnupic@... Subject: Status on enhanced 14-bit instruction set
I'm beginning to write assembler code for the p16f1827 (and new to this
list). I have version 0.13.7, which I believe is the latest, and it
support this part. So, to get started, I'm pretending that I have a
16f1933, and modifying the 16f1933.inc file to reflect the 1827. If I
get a 16f1827.inc file from Microchip - the request is pending - I can
my own, but gpasm does not appear to recognize the enhanced
instruction set which I would like to use.
So, if I'm not doing something wrong, does anyone know when gpasm
will support the extra instructions in the enhanced instruction set.
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