Just like death one puts off using AS6, but enevitably, just like death, one ends up dealing with it, unless death comes first in wich case all is well. :mrgreen:
So "Build and run" is gone replaced by a 3 steps debugging ritual instead of a single step. (Even NXP's LPCXpresso makes this simpler, comparison only, not pushing other products)
Start debugging, fix any bugs and try to rebuild and run, can't do that!
"Rebuild solution" (or project).
"Would you like to stop debugging"? Well not really I will be doing this all day maybe, but I have no choice so yes please, I would you like to stop debugging for now and rebuild my code.
"Start debugging" again (I didn't really want to stop in the first place :? ) rinse and repeat.
And what happened to the register view? Is it still there as a separate view? I can see the registers in the processor view but the view collapses every time I change from processor view to I/O view, so another time waster. Click on registers to expand the view and scroll down to the register you want to see.
I keep my registers visible at all times with AS4 in the R/H side of the screen regardless of what else I may be doing, very important working in assembler.
The other annoying thing is that the registers, just like recent version of AS4, no longer can be renamed as variables and stored into the project.
Maybe I can put all registers on a single watch page which hopefully can be kept for as long as the project runs.
But hey who uses assembler anymore anyway? Surely not with Xmegas....EVERYBODY is using C. :shock: