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If you zip up your files and upload it, I will help you resolve your problem, too. called "proj" and copied and pasted the Leds.c into the project, saved, built and no errors.. the linker is passed several object files and then links all of these files to generate your application. Refer to the picture above. 14. check over here

I have upgraded 3 times and have had pretty "seamless" code. That is very old. Click the “New” Button 18. Go to the project directory. 3. http://www.microchip.com/forums/m566399.aspx

SiriusHardware, Jun 30, 2012 #5 Ian Rogers Super Moderator Most Helpful Member Joined: Mar 28, 2011 Messages: 8,374 Likes: 788 Location: Rochdale UK I have just created a project.. this should be very simple:We just need to have something similar to: Code: Select all#include
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while( As Hitech C doesn't support the '18' parts I have been trying to get C18/MPLAB up and running. such emotions make a man forget food, sleep, friends, love, everything." --Nikola Tesla DerStrom8, Jul 2, 2012 #9 SiriusHardware New Member Joined: Jun 29, 2012 Messages: 17 Likes: 0 Hello again,

For the last week and so I have been fighting a new error with the linker. re-written in C. What version do you have? It think its something to do with the Quote 'C:\MCC18\lib/c018i.o' Whys this have a forward slash? « Last Edit: January 19, 2008, 01:43:24 PM by hazzer123 » Logged Imperial College Robotics

Refer to the picture above. Make: The target "C:\mcc18\main.o" is up to date. I meant that including the header file in the code does not actually add it to the project. https://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/showthread.php?t=35000 No, create an account now.

share|improve this answer answered May 5 '09 at 5:47 mark +1 That sometimes MPLAB just gets confused and needs to be restarted. –Jeanne Pindar Oct 14 '09 at 15:52 share|improve this answer edited Apr 22 '09 at 19:15 answered Apr 19 '09 at 14:26 Albi 5114 didn't work either :( –kyw Apr 22 '09 at 14:07 add a The toolsuite executable locations are set up as follows: Assembler C:\program files\microchip\mplabc18\V3.42\bin\mpasmwin.exe Compiler C:\Program Files\Microchip\mplabc18\v3.42\bin\mcc18.exe Librarian C:\Program Files\Microchip\mplabc18\v3.42\bin\mplib.exe Linker C:\Program Files\Microchip\mplabc18\v3.42\bin\mplink.exe Search paths and directories:- Output C:\picprojects Intermediate C:\picprojects Includes C:\Program I only link a LKR script when I need to modify the original.... (copy the original and paste into the working directory) It appears that your project directories are not set

MPLAB X v3.25 installer fails on Windows XP Running MPLAB X in the U.S. Just checked and I think I've navigated to and added leds.c into the project from its orginal location. I didn't include the parenthesis in the details above because the failure message only stated the name of the symbol / function / whatever it could not find the definition of W.

The IDE is calling linker using this command: Executing: "C:\MCC18\bin\mplink.exe" /p18F452 /l"C:\MCC18\lib" "main.o" "C:\MCC18\lib\c018i.o" /u_CRUNTIME /u_DEBUG /z__MPLAB_BUILD=1 /z__MPLAB_DEBUG=1 /m"test_3.map" /w /o"test_3.cof" and the path to c018i.o is set properly in the http://strobelfilms.com/error-could/error-could-not-find-the-file-flash-ocx.html Here is my source code.. Click the “New” Button 8. such emotions make a man forget food, sleep, friends, love, everything." --Nikola Tesla DerStrom8, Jun 30, 2012 #4 SiriusHardware New Member Joined: Jun 29, 2012 Messages: 17 Likes: 0 Hello, both:

The original error message is saying that the function void main(void) is not present when the linker tries to run. how should i do? #15 tfkeel Super Member Total Posts : 274 Reward points : 0 Status: offline Re:Error - could not find definition of symbol 'main' in file 'C:\MCC18\lib/c018i.o' 2011/03/19 SiriusHardware, Jul 2, 2012 #15 DerStrom8 Super Moderator Most Helpful Member Joined: Aug 9, 2010 Messages: 5,192 Likes: 482 Location: Vermont (GMT-5:00) SiriusHardware said: ↑ That's at odds with my understanding this content This simply led to it being unable to find a different definition ('STATUS').

What did you install first... SiriusHardware, Jul 2, 2012 #7 Ian Rogers Super Moderator Most Helpful Member Joined: Mar 28, 2011 Messages: 8,374 Likes: 788 Location: Rochdale UK From what you say it sounds like you How do I go about getting this program to compile?

In the Project Window on the left: Right Mouse Click on Linker Script > Add Files… And Browse to the MPASM folder to locate the chosen uC linker file 4.

I can add circuits easily. the above shows that xlcd.o is being included in the link, also the p18f4525.lib is also being pulled in, but the object file where the main() function is not being pulled But it fails with the same error even if I remove that .c file and then add the version of leds.c which is in c:\picprojects to the project instead. I also have project in which I want to use a Microchip development board.

To solve this problem: 1. share|improve this answer answered Apr 17 '09 at 23:05 Steve Melnikoff 2,0601422 didn't work either :( –kyw Apr 22 '09 at 14:05 add a comment| Your Answer draft It didn't work with my previous project, so i started a new bare minimum one. http://strobelfilms.com/error-could/error-could-not-find-definition-of-symbol-mdd-sdspi-initio.html Why do manufacturers detune engines?

The header files are located in “h” folder at “C:\MCC18\h”. Clean and Re-compile the solution share|improve this answer answered Apr 20 '09 at 18:56 Minumula I have added it.still the same.. –kyw Apr 22 '09 at 13:59 add a As you can see from my other recent post I've got the includes (.h) and linker scripts (.lkr) set up to where they definitely are, but the 'intermediate' set to the