I've just finished to download and install the free HEW 4.1 version (2009) for H8 family.
When I try to open the ide it appears only for half a second and then disappears...
Did anyone know this issue?
Thanks to everybody!
Sorry, I don't know this problem but there is no HEW for H8. There is a compiler for H8, that can be operated by HEW.
HEW 4.01 is dated 2006, not 2009.
You most probably require to use a specific compiler version. Which is this? When using HEW 4.01 it should be something around V.6.1.
Where did you download these old tools? I think they are not available on the Renesas homepage.
I would propose you update your HEW to the latest version 4.09 and see if this will start correctly. You can use the old compiler also with the latest HEW version.
Sorry FrankL I wrote wrong.
My HEW version is 4.09 and I have the toolchain for H8, dated 2009 (as you said).
However I can't explain me where is the problem... I tried to install HEW on Virtual Box (WinXP mounted) on the same machine and everything went ok..
But on the host PC I've always the crash of HEW...
Please try what happens if you delete the HEWServer directory in the HEW installation (HEW\System\SEC\HewServer\)
Best to delete the complete directory.
I deleted it... but nothing still happen.. always crash !
Does the HEW crash, if the IDE tries to open a HEW project ? If yes, try to delete the ".nav" file in the project directory... I had similar problems with a HEW project and deleting this file always helped me.
No.. I'm trying to open it from the HEW.exe...
I do not follow your previous response. When you say "No..I'm trying to open it from the HEW.exe", have you tried to open up Hew by double clicking on a workspace? Or are you only having issues with HEW crashing upon using the HEW.exe?
This seems to be a new issue all around. You said earlier that you are capable of getting HEW to run properly on a virtual machine but not on the non-virtual machine is this correct? I assume that you are running windows 7 operating system as it is running a XP Virtual machine?