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CodeWarrior IDE V5.2: Does my license.dat work?

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bertramhock
Contributor II

I installed the new version V5.2 on the machine  I have a license for.

By changing the license.dat file between the one delivered with the download and my license file, I cannot see any difference in behaviour.

is there a way to find out whether or not the license.dat works?

Codewarrior for HCS12X microcontrollers

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stanish
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi,

yes you can check it in a project properties.

1) open a project

2) go to project properties

3) open e.g. Compiler for HC12 - About Dialog

find the compiler feature HI100300 in the text:

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If the license is present you should see something like this:

HI100300 (metrowks, 5.000): HC12 Compiler ANSI-C (Single User License, DISK: xxxxxxxx, registered, cached)

if there is no compiler license:

HI100300 (metrowks, 5.000): HC12 Compiler ANSI-C (HC12, checkout failed, demo mode: 1024 bytes of C++ code, HC12, checkout failed, demo mode: 65536 bytes of C code, HC12, checkout failed, demo mode: 1024 bytes of code, running in demo mode(-1), UNREGISTERED)

Hope it helps.

Stan

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stanish
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi,

yes you can check it in a project properties.

1) open a project

2) go to project properties

3) open e.g. Compiler for HC12 - About Dialog

find the compiler feature HI100300 in the text:

pastedImage_1.png

If the license is present you should see something like this:

HI100300 (metrowks, 5.000): HC12 Compiler ANSI-C (Single User License, DISK: xxxxxxxx, registered, cached)

if there is no compiler license:

HI100300 (metrowks, 5.000): HC12 Compiler ANSI-C (HC12, checkout failed, demo mode: 1024 bytes of C++ code, HC12, checkout failed, demo mode: 65536 bytes of C code, HC12, checkout failed, demo mode: 1024 bytes of code, running in demo mode(-1), UNREGISTERED)

Hope it helps.

Stan

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bertramhock
Contributor II

Hi Stan

thanks for the help. this obviously shows the info I need.

@ZhangJennie: the questions was expected to be answered without sharing anything personal. I expected others my have a similar question.

Bertram.

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