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The first thing to understand about making accessories for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch is that you ll need to have a PC, specifically a Microsoft Windows based machine. That blows my mind every time I say it. Most of the support tools that you ll use to create firmware for your parts, including the Integrated Development Environment (IDE), run only on Windows. A few support Linux and some compilers even run on Mac OS X, but you ll find that most of what you plan to use is Windows-based.
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You could consider using Bootcamp to run Windows on your Mac, or use something like Parallels to run Windows and Mac OS X at the same time, but when a problem happens, you ll never be sure whether it s real or just something created because you re using an unusual configuration. You re going to have a lot of setbacks and frustrations as it is; my solemn advice is to minimize every problem that you can ahead of time.
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In most cases, you ll program your controller using some variant of C, typically either ANSI or not. What s the difference You can find pages detailing the features and benefits on the Web, but, for embedded programming, one thing mainly stands out. An ANSI C compiler will adhere to strict naming conventions for functionality whereas a non-ANSI C compiler will be a little looser. Let me give an example to clarify the point. As I ve done before, I m going to stick with the PIC16 series of microcontrollers from Microchip. One reason I chose PIC16 as a reference, especially in this section, is that there is an ANSI compiler and a non-ANSI compiler widely used for the part. The CCS C compiler for the PIC series from Customer Computer Services, Inc. is a widely used, cost-effective compiler with built-in functions that support PIC hardware. Another widely used PIC series compiler is the HI-TECH C compiler that was bought by Microchip, the manufacturer of the PIC parts. CCS supports many built-in functions for the PIC chips such as byte conversion routines (make8(), make16()), I/O control (output_bit(),input()), and communications functions (spi_xfer(),spi_write()). Because these functions are built-in to the language, the compiler is not considered ANSI compliant. On the other hand, using the ANSI compliant HI-TECH C compiler, you would have to create your own function for something like make16 (convert two bytes to a 16-bit word) as follows:
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int make16(char upper, char lower) { return( ( upper << 8) + lower); }
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Why would you ever use the HI-TECH compiler if you have to make your own functions where the CCS version does it for you One of the main reasons is portability. If you use the CCS compiler and its built-in functions, then the code you write is not portable to other systems that CCS doesn t support. You re locked in. You don t have to be of course. You could just code in an ANSI style , not using any builtin functions, creating your own, so they re easy to port. But then, you re losing the advantages the CCS compiler offers. It becomes a tradeoff between ease of use versus compatibility across platforms. If you never plan to switch platforms, then wouldn t sticking with the easier to use compiler be the right choice However, ease of use is only one of the things you ll need to consider. In many cases, cost will be the most important factor. Fortunately, most compiler vendors offer a free version of their product for you to use; not just to try out, but to use. HI-TECH C does this with its HI-TECH C LITE product. It s not a trial version, but a free product. The idea is, of course, to set you up using their product and
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