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IDE 32bit
14-06-2011, 05:08 AM,
#1
IDE 32bit
Hello guys, I just want to know if any one has been able to use the new IDE 32bit because I can´t get mine to compile any 8 bit or 32 bit project, not even the ones that I made on the old IDE, if someone can tell what is it that I´m doing wrong I´ll appreciated very much.
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14-06-2011, 09:00 PM,
#2
RE: IDE 32bit
Hi Alfonso,
Can you show us one program you test ?

(14-06-2011, 05:08 AM)Alfonso82 Wrote: Hello guys, I just want to know if any one has been able to use the new IDE 32bit because I can´t get mine to compile any 8 bit or 32 bit project, not even the ones that I made on the old IDE, if someone can tell what is it that I´m doing wrong I´ll appreciated very much.

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15-06-2011, 04:36 AM,
#3
RE: IDE 32bit
Hi regis, at first I only tested examples that came with the IDE to see if I had install correctly the compiler for the 32Bit boards and it did not complie and afterwards I tested a couple of examples for the 8bit boards and they fail to compile too.
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15-06-2011, 08:53 AM,
#4
RE: IDE 32bit
Ok, but can you show me the error messages that you get and/or the content of source/stdout ?

(15-06-2011, 04:36 AM)Alfonso82 Wrote: Hi regis, at first I only tested examples that came with the IDE to see if I had install correctly the compiler for the 32Bit boards and it did not complie and afterwards I tested a couple of examples for the 8bit boards and they fail to compile too.

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23-06-2011, 03:09 PM,
#5
RE: IDE 32bit
hello there,

i just wanted to start with my olimex pic32 pinguino otg board. but no success so far:

wrong conversion of windows paths (the backslashes \ are ignored in some cases). so, the compiler can't be called and an error ("no such file or directory") occures.
i changed line 116 of pinguinobetax2.py to:
HOME_DIR= "c:/pinguino"

procdefs.ld is missing in dir /win32/p32/mips-elf/lib
i copied it there (from: /p32/lkr)

procdefs.ld has invalid syntax in line 46: (w!x) --> i changed it to (wx)

two files in win32/p32/bin needed to be renamed:
mips-elf-gcc-xxx.exe --> mips-elf-gcc.exe
mips-objcopy.exe --> mips-elf-objcopy.exe

now, it compiles to the end and a .hex file is created in the same dir as the .pde file.

BUT, unfortunately, i can't upload the file to my pinguino: when i click "upload to pinguino", the python window returns a WindowsError: [Error 2] File not found.

I give up for now and look forward to the next release!

EDIT: forgot to state that i'm using python 2.6.6, pyusb 1.6, wxpython 2.8 all in 32bit versions on a win7x64 machine.
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23-06-2011, 06:30 PM,
#6
RE: IDE 32bit
Hi Stefan,
Thank you for this report.
I suggest that you use rev. 149 : http://code.google.com/p/pinguino32/downloads/list
I will try to solve the problem this evening.
Régis

(23-06-2011, 03:09 PM)stefan Wrote: hello there,

i just wanted to start with my olimex pic32 pinguino otg board. but no success so far:

wrong conversion of windows paths (the backslashes \ are ignored in some cases). so, the compiler can't be called and an error ("no such file or directory") occures.
i changed line 116 of pinguinobetax2.py to:
HOME_DIR= "c:/pinguino"

procdefs.ld is missing in dir /win32/p32/mips-elf/lib
i copied it there (from: /p32/lkr)

procdefs.ld has invalid syntax in line 46: (w!x) --> i changed it to (wx)

two files in win32/p32/bin needed to be renamed:
mips-elf-gcc-xxx.exe --> mips-elf-gcc.exe
mips-objcopy.exe --> mips-elf-objcopy.exe

now, it compiles to the end and a .hex file is created in the same dir as the .pde file.

BUT, unfortunately, i can't upload the file to my pinguino: when i click "upload to pinguino", the python window returns a WindowsError: [Error 2] File not found.

I give up for now and look forward to the next release!

EDIT: forgot to state that i'm using python 2.6.6, pyusb 1.6, wxpython 2.8 all in 32bit versions on a win7x64 machine.

It is easier to complain than it is to do, but it is better to do than it is to complain.
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23-06-2011, 07:25 PM,
#7
RE: IDE 32bit
Hello Régis,

thanks for the advice. I'll try it tomorrow and post an update here.

Bye,
Stefan.
(23-06-2011, 06:30 PM)regis Wrote: Hi Stefan,
Thank you for this report.
I suggest that you use rev. 149 : http://code.google.com/p/pinguino32/downloads/list
I will try to solve the problem this evening.
Régis
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27-06-2011, 04:58 PM,
#8
RE: IDE 32bit
Okay, it now runs fine "out of the box". I'm using the following software/files:
- pinguino 32x windows rev. 149
- python 2.6.6 windows 32bit
- pyusb 0.4.3 win32 for python 2.6
- wxPython 2.8.12 win32 unicode for python 2.6
- argparse 1.1 win32
- win32 compiler from your wiki link
- libusb win32 1.2.1.0 (bin and source)

Keep up the good work!
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29-06-2011, 09:17 AM,
#9
RE: IDE 32bit
Hi Stefan,
I corrected errors and improved some other stuff.
Do you want to test it ?
Ide is here : http://www.pinguino.cc/download/testing/x.2.tar.bz2
Compilers for windows are here : http://www.pinguino.cc/download/testing/win32.tar.bz2
Compilers for GNU/linux are here : http://www.pinguino.cc/download/testing/linux.tar.bz2
Régis
NB : argparse is now included in the package

(27-06-2011, 04:58 PM)stefan Wrote: Okay, it now runs fine "out of the box". I'm using the following software/files:
- pinguino 32x windows rev. 149
- python 2.6.6 windows 32bit
- pyusb 0.4.3 win32 for python 2.6
- wxPython 2.8.12 win32 unicode for python 2.6
- argparse 1.1 win32
- win32 compiler from your wiki link
- libusb win32 1.2.1.0 (bin and source)

Keep up the good work!

It is easier to complain than it is to do, but it is better to do than it is to complain.
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