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MICROCHIP MPLAB IDE
TABLE 3.10 DIRECTIVE
MPLAB IDE ASSEMBLER DIRECTIVES (CONTINUED) USAGE EXAMPLE COMMENTS
VARIABLE
VARIABLE Label [= Value] WHILE Parm1 COND Parm2 : ENDW
Declare an assembly-time variable that can be updated within the code using a simple assignment statement. Execute code within the WHILE/ENDW directives while the Parm1 COND Parm2 test is true. Note that in the listing le, the code will appear as if the code within the WHILE/ WEND directives was repeated a number of times.
WHILE
Microchip s C18 Microchip has an ANSI (1989) compatible C compiler for MPLAB IDE that can be used for developing PIC18 applications. The compiler will provide the source level debugging les (.cod and .cof) required for the MPLAB IDE simulator, ICD 2 debugger, and emulators. The generated code is very ef cient and continually updated by Microchip to ensure that any bugs are xed and available to users as soon as possible. The compiler easily integrates into MPLAB IDE and provides a fast path to working with the PIC18 microcontroller chips. The object les produced by the compiler are location and device independent, allowing object code to be reused in a variety of applications as well as simplifying the development of applications. Some of the features you should be aware of include the ability to add inline assembly code, easy reads and writes to external memory, and a very large library of standard hardware interface drivers that you can take advantage of in your applications (these library functions are listed in App. F). The compiler generated code is highly optimized with the ability to work with a number of different pointer types, allowing you to take advantage of all the capabilities of the PIC18 architecture without having to be familiar with assembly language programming. The compiler itself is relatively expensive, but Microchip does offer a Student Edition/Demo version, available for download from the Microchip web site. The downloaded tool has all the capabilities of the commercial compiler, except that support for some optimizations (in the area of procedural abstractions) and the extended PIC18 instruction will be disabled after 60 days. The code generated by the compiler after this time will still function normally, but you may notice that it is larger than what was originally produced. I highly recommend downloading a copy of the Student Edition/Demo C18 and installing it into your MPLAB IDE to help you start working quickly with the PIC microcontroller. Documentation for the compiler can be found on the Microchip web site along with the Student Edition/Demo. The compiler itself is quite large (at the time of writing it is more than 24 MB), so as when installing MPLAB IDE, make sure you leave a block of time to download and install it. The documentation is up to Microchip s standard and it is well worth your while to download all the available .pdfs and print out the Getting Started guide.
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TOOLS
HI-TECH Software s PICC Compiler
HI-TECH Software s PICC compiler is probably the most popular compiler for the low-end and mid-range PIC microcontroller products. The current product is the result of many years of improvements and optimizations, which is critical because of the dif culty involved in developing a compiler for these PIC microcontroller architectures. The lack of a data stack, the register banks, and the minimal instruction set make it a challenge to create a compiler that produces ef cient code for these chips. I have used the assembler output option and found the generated code to be very similar in quality to my code and automatically inserts many of the optimizations I know to put in my assembler code. Like Microchip s C18, PICC is ANSI compliant and produces object code that can be linked with assembly language code to allow you to create applications very easily. Local variables are not stack based, but instead are selected from a common le register area, with the addresses used for different local variables selected from the call path the functions take. PICC can work with oating point numbers, although calculations involving them are quite slow and the library functions that use them are very large. HI-TECH Software supports the complete PIC microcontroller low-end and mid-range list of part numbers and has .inc les available for each part with the register and bit values prede ned for you. Along with the ability to be integrated easily into MPLAB IDE, HI-TECH Software has their own integrated development environment (called HI-TECH Integrated Development Environment or HI-TIDE), which can be used for developing PIC microcontroller applications. I realize that a lot of work has gone into this tool, but I would not recommend using it unless you are working with other microcontrollers that use a HI-TECH Software compiler. In that case, you would want to use HI-TIDE because it would be a common development tool for all the devices.
Installing HI-TECH Software s PICC-Lite Compiler Like C18, PICC is fairly expensive, although, like Microchip, HI-TECH Software has a version of PICC (known as PICC-Lite) that you can download and start using the compiler. The PICC-Lite compiler supports the mid-range devices listed in Table 3.11. Note that for a number of these parts, the full memory (both program memory and le registers) are not available to the compiler. Despite this limitation, PICC-Lite is an excellent tool and a highly recommended way to start programming PIC microcontrollers in C. To install PICC-Lite, you will have to work through the following procedure: 1 Go to the HI-TECH Software web site, www.htsoft.com (Fig. 3.17). 2 Click on Demos & Free Software under the Downloads pull-down menu. 3 Select HI-TECH PICC-Lite to get to the introductory screen shown in Fig. 3.18.
Before you can download PICC-Lite, you will have to register with HI-TECH Software. This process requires you to give your email address, and you will be given a registration number that you can use to download later versions of PICC-Lite. Once you have the registration information, proceed to the download page where you can download the program. After loading it into a temporary folder (such as C:\temp), you can follow the instructions on the web page, execute the program, and add the PICC-Lite compiler to your MPLAB IDE build tool options.
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