Prof Dick, that fixed the problem, thanks.
On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 3:39 PM, Robert Dick <email@example.com>
> Michael Chau:
> > Prof Dick,
> > This is the error message I get in the build output. Thanks Bryon -- I
> > copied that too but I deleted the original code.
> Thanks. I'll tell you about the ones I can understand or have seen before.
> Right now, I doubt it is a problem with button.asm.
> > 203\BUTTON.ASM 143 : Register in operand not in bank 0. Ensure that bank
> > bits are correct.
> These are warnings due to writes to the tristate registers. They are O.K.
> > Error C:\DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS\MICHAEL CHAU\DESKTOP\ECE
> > 203\BUTTON.ASM 158 : Source file path exceeds 62 characters (C:\DOCUMENTS
> > AND SETTINGS\MICHAEL CHAU\DESKTOP\ECE 203\BUTTON.ASM)
> > Halting build on first failure as requested.
> This appears to be because MPLAB cannot deal with source file paths longer
> than 62 characters (wow!). Try starting a project in a directory path
> without such a long name, entering the program, and building. I bet that
> will fix everything. I cannot be sure that is why you are running into a
> problem but it is the most likely cause, given the error message.
> -Robert Dick-
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