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2019/01/30 06:54:50 (permalink)
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MPLAB Harmony Configurator v/s MPLAB Code Configurator

Hi everyone, I have an issue about "MPLAB Harmony Configurator" and "MPLAB Code Configurator". This tools can work together or i must choose one for my project? 
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    Re: MPLAB Harmony Configurator v/s MPLAB Code Configurator 2019/01/30 07:25:10 (permalink)
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    They do not work together.
    And only have a few PICs that are covered by both. The choice of which you can use may not be your choice.
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    Re: MPLAB Harmony Configurator v/s MPLAB Code Configurator 2019/01/30 07:31:16 (permalink)
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    Hi,
    I think you should keep these tools apart,
    that is to use Harmony and MCC in strictly separate projects located in different directories.
     
    They generate code with wery different coding style, and make different assumptions about how project and code should be structured.
     
    When you have become well acquainted with the tools and the code they generate,
    it may be possible to copy snippets of code between projects.
    Or copy files for a specific peripheral from a MCC directory, and call it from code in Harmony.
    This with the restriction that code generated by Harmony should then Not be used for the same peripheral.
     
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    Re: MPLAB Harmony Configurator v/s MPLAB Code Configurator 2019/01/30 08:22:03 (permalink)
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    I think the MCC only works with the PIC32MM parts.  All other require Harmony.
    And the PIC32MM are not supported in Harmony.
    The Harmony project setup show which parts are supported.
     

    John Zigrang
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