Joe Nolan

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  1. UPDATE: Problem Solved Just in case anybody else is struggling with compiler file path issues, I will post what solved this issue for me. After you install the XC32 v 1.42 compiler, you also need to install the pic32 legacy peripheral libraries. After I installed the legacy peripheral libraries it eliminated the "system can't find path" errors, but didn't effect the "build/default/production" errors. After several hours, this is what worked: Uninstall the XC32 compiler Re-install the XC32 compiler Re-install pic32 legacy peripheral libraries You do have to make sur
  2. I am using the chipKIT Pro MX7; MPLABX IDE v 3.10; and the XC32 v 1.42 compiler. I am working through the Learn.Digilentinc.com project 0 and I am getting a "system can't find the path specified" error when building the provided code. This error is shown below: make -f nbproject/Makefile-default.mk SUBPROJECTS= .build-conf make[1]: Entering directory 'C:/LAB2B/project_0_1.X' make -f nbproject/Makefile-default.mk dist/default/production/project_0_1.X.production.hex make[2]: Entering directory 'C:/LAB2B/project_0_1.X' The system cannot find the path specified. make[2]: *** [buil
  3. Is it possible to use the individual pins of a PMOD port as I/O pins? I just bought a chipKit Pro Mx7 but there aren't any I/Opins, just PMOD ports. Any help with this is greatly appreciated.