Updating microchip details

When adding a copy of the startup code to your project, be sure to set the project to not use the default startup code by specifying the const unsigned int k Phys Address = 0x9D07E000; // constant int Cal Data[4096]; volatile int result = 0; extern void foo (unsigned int a, int b); int __attribute__((optimize("-Os"))) Checks() int main(void) void foo (unsigned int a, int b) The assembler may emit an error, 'Macro used $at after"noat"', for a macro/synthesized instruction even when the synthesized instruction does not use the $at register.A workaround is to replace the macro instruction with the actual instructions.When conflicts occur, it will cause compilation errors in the Microchip-provided libraries or in the non-Microchip libraries (depending on which library first defines the data type).Possible workaround: Remove conflicting definitions from source code. You are not likely to see this issue because combining -fno-short-double, which requests a 64-bit double type, with -mno-float, which disables floating-point support, is not common.

Please note, all ownership change requests must be submitted on the appropriate documentation, or via the on-line download form.If using the compiler with MPLAB X IDE, be sure to install MPLAB X IDE v1.50 or later.MPLAB X may not be able to automatically locate the installation if it is not installed into the default directory.Ramfunc attributed sections are allocated by the best-fit allocator in step 3.Sections designated with the ramfunc attribute should not appear in the linker script as there are special location and alignment requirements for executable code in RAM.

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