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Posted by lafleur on April 3, 2013

Whats the issue with the UART, 8 deep FIFO in the PIC32 demo in 7.4 code??
I see that you have it turned off if one has a PIC32MX795 chip...



Posted by Richard on April 3, 2013
The source code was developed on, and is correct for, the PIC32MX4xx chips. The way the interrupts have to be cleared is slightly different on the PIC32MX7xx parts, because the UART design is different. I can't quite remember exactly, but I think it is something to do with having to clear the interrupt on entry to the handler, rather than on exist - something like that.


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