I'm porting my MarkIII sample programs from Jal0.4.62 to jalv2 and I'm
having problems with the hex file output of the Jalv2 compiler.
After futzing around a bit I found that the hex file generated using the
command line : jalv2 -rickpic has both fuse and eeprom data in the hex
file that the Rick Farmer boot loader doesn't know how to deal with.
After a while I found the -no-fuse compiler option, but I still need to
have a -no-eeprom flag as well. And while I'm thinking about it,
shouldn't the compiler know that, that boot loader doesn't do fuse or
Is there some easy code changes I could make to pic.c to make it more
automagic? (I attempted a couple of hacks that didn't work as expected
so I thought I'd ask on the list before I get too far into it.)