TCPmaker : Visual Tour    Compiling TCPmakers Generated Code in MPLAB  

Before we do anything, let's use Windows Explorer to look at the directory tree that TCPmaker generated in the new project directory we created for our project.

Arrow 1 shows that we named our project directory PDN2Copy.  Underneath that is a directory called PIC, and under that, there are 4 subdirectory trees, one for each of 4 compilers that we generated code for. 

Arrow 2 shows that we are currently interested in the MCHP_C18 directory tree, which holds the code that was generated for Microchip's C18 compiler.  (We are interested in running our project on a Microchip PICDEM.net2 demo board.)

In this directory tree, the Microchip directory contains all the files for the Microchip TCP-IP Stack.  We won't need to modify those.

The directory we have highlighted and pointed at with arrow 2 is the TCPmaker subdirectory. This contains the generated code, the instruction file ReadMe.txt, and the MPLAB project file.


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