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Tim Cruise
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2020/03/27 02:33:18 (permalink)
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How to increase User Memory?

Dear All,
I am using MPLAB X IDE v5.35.  Whenever I try to check the built-in variables, functions, etc, from my device's header file, it will show such a warning to me (attachment).
 
Now my question is -
How do I increase the user memory of MPLAB X IDE v5.35 so I can get rid of such warning?
 
I just bought a new Ryzen 7 computer with huge 32GB RAM which is ready for huge projects!  Opening a 1MB text file is a little disk.
 
Thanks for any help.

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Re: How to increase User Memory? 2020/03/27 03:04:14 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Tim Cruise 2020/03/27 04:58:30
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I think you will always get that warning for any file over MB.
Personally, I'd just read the files using another application more suited to opening large files.
You should never be editing those files.
 

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Re: How to increase User Memory? 2020/03/27 04:57:00 (permalink)
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What if I look up internal variables, functions, etc, of a PIC 32 through MPLAB X IDE? Will my comp reboot at once?!?   LoL
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Re: How to increase User Memory? 2020/03/27 04:58:20 (permalink)
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Did you try it? :)
As I said, I normally read large files outside MPLABX, usually with notepad++
Why make MPLABX even slower...
 

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Re: How to increase User Memory? 2020/03/27 05:38:32 (permalink)
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Welcome to the 21th century LoL: LoL
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Re: How to increase User Memory? 2020/03/27 05:58:59 (permalink)
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What if I look up internal variables, functions, etc, of a PIC 32 through MPLAB X IDE? Will my comp reboot at once?!?   LoL

I've never had a problem. The last PIC header I looked at was over 4MB. MPLAB X is already using many 100s MB, I doubt open a single file is going to push it over the edge.
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Re: How to increase User Memory? 2020/03/27 06:58:23 (permalink)
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I’ve not had a problem with large files but to be safe I now right click and select open in system and they open in my normal text Editor
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Re: How to increase User Memory? 2020/03/27 09:32:20 (permalink)
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It's a standard Netbeans warning that even regular ol' Netbeans will show.  I've often just ignored it and opened the file anyway without too much issue, though parsing and highlighting might be a bit slow.
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Re: How to increase User Memory? 2020/03/29 09:09:05 (permalink)
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Browsing all the internal functions, structures, classes,etc, on one page is a superb feature of MPLAB X!
 
I can find related functions to my application very easily!
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