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2019/12/10 10:09:19 (permalink)
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How to clean a project

There is a error "fail to load the program file" after I debug to much timers, so I consider the relative files is too big, can anyone tell me how to clean a project completely? 
I use mplab x5.25, and had try "clean project" of the production menu, no effect.
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    Re: How to clean a project 2019/12/10 13:01:01 (permalink)
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    meeagle
    There is a error "fail to load the program file" after I debug to much timers,

    It would be helpful to show the entire error message.

    so I consider the relative files is too big,

    This is rubbish
     

    can anyone tell me how to clean a project completely? 
    I use mplab x5.25, and had try "clean project" of the production menu, no effect.

    What PIC chip?
    This will tell us what compiler you are using (XC32, XC16, XC8, something else???)
     

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    Re: How to clean a project 2019/12/10 13:18:28 (permalink)
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    Too big !
     
    Clean project is like a fresh project compile vs compile only files that do not need ref. or change so that will not fix code bugs.

    MPLab X playing up, bug in your code? Nevermind, Star Trek:Discovery will be with us soon.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu1qa8N2ID0
    + ST:Continues, "What Ships are Made for", Q's back.
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