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i will try xc8 with mplab, see if it works better
99% of the problem is on the other side of the monitor screen with MPLABX.I could, but i got to jump at some point, just been reading the MC forums, i cant believe MPLABX is as old as it is and still as buggy as the day it was first beta!! why on earth dont they just give up on it!! They had good tools at one time and now it seems the have gone down hill completely, certainly not the company they once were.
Thats one reason i like sil labs, that and they have some amazing chips, many of there 8051 chips knock the pic 18f's out the ball park. main downside is size, they tend to use BGA etc
I really have to say that's right cause it's been hard getting the hang of Mplab x lots of there samples and even the learning samples on the Microchip's Dev site is old and dated.99% of the problem is on the other side of the monitor screen with MPLABX.
That may well be true of linux, but on windows 99% of the problem is on the INSIDE of the monitor screen. Some features work fine, while others work randomly, if at all.99% of the problem is on the other side of the monitor screen with MPLABX. Version 4.15 works like a charm on Linux