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Table Of Contents

Preface
•Document Layout
DOCUMENT LAYOUT
CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS GUIDE
RECOMMENDED READING
THE MICROCHIP WEB SITE
DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS CUSTOMER CHANGE NOTIFICATION SERVICE
CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Part 1 – MPLAB IDE
Chapter 1. What is MPLAB®
1.1AN OVERVIEW OF EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
1.2THE DEVELOPMENT CYCLE
1.3PROJECT MANAGER
1.4LANGUAGE TOOLS
1.5TARGET DEBUGGING
1.6DEVICE PROGRAMMING
1.7COMPONENTS OF MPLAB IDE
1.8MPLAB IDE DOCUMENTATION
1.9MPLAB IDE ON-LINE HELP
1.10MPLAB IDE UPDATES AND VERSION NUMBERING
Chapter 2. Getting Started with MPLAB IDE: A Basic Tutorial
2.2MPLAB IDE FEATURES AND INSTALLATION
2.3TUTORIAL OVERVIEW
2.4SELECTING THE DEVICE
2.5CREATING THE PROJECT
2.6SETTING UP LANGUAGE TOOLS
2.7NAMING THE PROJECT
2.8ADDING FILES TO THE PROJECT
2.9BUILDING THE PROJECT
2.10CREATING CODE
2.11BUILDING THE PROJECT AGAIN
2.12TESTING CODE WITH THE SIMULATOR
2.13TUTORIAL SUMMARY
Chapter 3. Walk-Through and Tutorial
3.2SELECTING A DEVICE
3.3SETTING UP CONFIGURATION BITS
3.4CREATING SOURCE CODE WITH THE EDITOR
3.5CREATING A NEW PROJECT
3.6USING THE PROJECT WIZARD
3.7SETTING UP THE LANGUAGE TOOLSUITE
3.8NAMING AND LOCATING THE PROJECT
3.9ADDING FILES
3.10COMPLETING THE PROJECT
3.11VIEWING THE PROJECT WINDOW
3.12SETTING BUILD OPTIONS
3.13BUILDING THE PROJECT
3.14CHOOSING A DEBUGGER
3.15RUNNING YOUR CODE
3.16VIEWING DEBUG WINDOWS
3.17USING WATCH WINDOWS
3.18USING BREAKPOINTS
3.19CHOOSING A PROGRAMMER
3.20PROGRAMMING YOUR PART
3.21USING MICROCHIP HELP
•Navigating in the Help Viewer
3.21.1Navigating in the Help Viewer
3.21.2Types of Help Available
Chapter 4. Projects and Workspaces
4.2USING THE PROJECT WIZARD
•Project Wizard – Welcome
•Project Wizard – Select Device
•Project Wizard – Select a Language Toolsuite
4.2.1 Project Wizard – Welcome
4.2.2 Project Wizard – Select Device
4.2.3 Project Wizard – Select a Language Toolsuite
4.2.4 Project Wizard – Name Your Project
4.2.5 Project Wizard – Add Files
4.2.6 Project Wizard – Summary
4.3CREATING/UPDATING ANY PROJECT
4.4SETTING UP A PROJECT STRUCTURE – RELATIVE PATHS
4.5PROJECT FOLDERS AND FILES
4.6USING A VERSION-CONTROL SYSTEM (VCS)
4.7SETTING UP/CHANGING A PROJECT
•Create a New Project
•New Project Window
4.7.1 Create a New Project
4.7.3 Setting Up a Project – Set Up Language Tools
4.7.4 Setting Up a Project – Choose Toolsuite
4.7.5 Setting Up a Project – Add Files
4.7.6 Setting Up a Project – Set Build Options
4.7.7 Setting Up a Project – Save and Build
4.8USING A SINGLE PROJECT AND WORKSPACE
4.9USING MULTIPLE PROJECTS IN A SINGLE WORKSPACE
4.10BUILDING AN APPLICATION WITHOUT A PROJECT
Chapter 5. Integrated Tools
•Language Toolsuites
5.2LANGUAGE TOOLSUITES
5.3MICROCHIP LANGUAGE TOOLS
5.3.1 Microchip PICmicro Language Tools
5.3.2 Microchip dsPIC Language Tools
5.4THIRD PARTY LANGUAGE TOOLS
•B Knudsen Data Language Tools
•Byte Craft Language Tools
•CCS Language Tools
5.4.1 B Knudsen Data Language Tools
5.4.2 Byte Craft Language Tools
5.4.4 HI-TECH Language Tools
5.4.6 microEngineering Labs Language Tools
5.5EDITORS
5.6SIMULATORS
5.7IN-CIRCUIT EMULATORS
5.8IN-CIRCUIT DEBUGGERS
5.9PROGRAMMERS
5.10THIRD PARTY TOOLS
Chapter 6. MPLAB IDE Troubleshooting
6.2COMMON PROBLEMS/FAQ
•I cannot get my language tools to work with MPLAB IDE
•I can't see all of the characters in the displays
I cannot get my language tools to work with MPLAB IDE
I can't see all of the characters in the displays
I have recently ported my projects from one PC to another. They don't
work or worked for a while but now do not
Some of the items on the Project menu and toolbar are grayed out
When stepping through high-level code, if I step into a function with no
source code, a bunch of Program Memory windows start popping up
I cannot find all of my object files
My program keeps resetting. What's going on?
I can't Halt Animate
I tried to Step Over / Step Out of a function/subroutine, and now my
6.3ERROR MESSAGES
6.4LIMITATIONS
Part 2 – MPLAB IDE Reference
Chapter 7. MPLAB IDE Desktop
•MPLAB IDE Menu Bar
7.2MPLAB IDE MENU BAR
• Basic Debug Options
Basic Debug Options
• Basic Programmer Options
Basic Programmer Options
7.3MPLAB IDE TOOLBARS
•Debug Toolbar
7.3.2 Project Manager Toolbar
7.4MPLAB IDE STATUS BAR
Chapter 8. MPLAB IDE Windows
8.2CHANGING WINDOW DATA AND PROPERTIES
8.3CODE DISPLAY WINDOW SYMBOLS
8.4PROJECT WINDOW
•Project Window Display
•Project Window Menus
8.4.1 Project Window Display
8.4.2 Project Window Menus
8.5OUTPUT WINDOW
8.6DISASSEMBLY LISTING WINDOW
8.7HARDWARE STACK WINDOW
8.7.1 Hardware Stack Window Display
Stack Return Address
8.7.2 Hardware Stack Window Menu
8.7.3 Hardware Stack Window FAQ
•Understand the Return Address information?
See Section8.7.1 “Hardware Stack Window Display”
8.8PROGRAM MEMORY WINDOW
•Program Memory Window Display
•Program Memory Window FAQ
8.8.1 Program Memory Window Display
•Machine or Symbolic
8.8.1.3PSV MIXED (dsPIC DEVICES ONLY)
8.8.1.4PSV DATA (dsPIC DEVICES ONLY)
8.8.2 Program Memory Window Menu
8.8.3 Program Memory Window FAQ
8.9FILE REGISTERS WINDOW
•File Registers Window Display
•File Registers Window FAQ
8.9.1 File Registers Window Display
•XY Data (dsPIC devices only)
8.9.1.3XY DATA (dsPIC DEVICES ONLY)
8.9.2 File Registers Window Menu
8.9.3 File Registers Window FAQ
8.10EEPROM WINDOW
•EEPROM Window Display
•EEPROM Window Menu
8.10.1EEPROM Window Display
8.11LCD PIXEL WINDOW
•LCD Pixel Window Display
8.11.1LCD Pixel Window Display
8.11.2LCD Pixel Window Menu
8.11.3LCD Pixel Window FAQ
8.12WATCH WINDOW
•Watch Window Display
8.12.1Watch Window Display
Watch Window – C Language Usage
8.13SPECIAL FUNCTION REGISTERS WINDOW
8.13.1SFRs Window Display
8.14TRACE MEMORY WINDOW
•Trace Window Display
•Trace Window Menu
8.14.1Trace Window Display
8.15CONFIGURATION BITS WINDOW
•Configuration Bits Window Display
•Configuration Bits Window Menu
•Configuration Bits Window FAQ
8.15.1Configuration Bits Window Display
8.15.2Configuration Bits Window Menu
8.15.3Configuration Bits Window FAQ
8.16FILE (EDITOR) WINDOW
•File Window Display
8.16.1File Window Display
Chapter 9. MPLAB IDE Dialogs
9.2ABOUT MPLAB IDE DIALOG
9.3ADD WATCH DIALOG
9.4BREAKPOINTS DIALOG
9.5BUILD OPTIONS DIALOG
9.6EXPORT HEX FILE DIALOG
9.7EXTERNAL MEMORY SETTING DIALOG
9.8FILE MANAGEMENT DIALOG
9.9FILL MEMORY/REGISTERS DIALOG
9.10FIND IN PROJECT FILES DIALOG
9.11FIND AND REPLACE DIALOGS
9.12HELP TOPICS DIALOG
9.13IMPORT DIALOG
9.14NEW PROJECT DIALOG
9.15PROJECT-DISPLAY PREFERENCES DIALOG
9.16PROJECT WIZARD DIALOGS
9.17PROPERTIES DIALOG
9.18SAVE PROJECT AS DIALOG
9.19SELECT DEVICE DIALOG
Select Device dialog
9.20SELECT LANGUAGE TOOLSUITE DIALOG
9.21SET LANGUAGE TOOL LOCATION DIALOG
9.24USER ID MEMORY DIALOG
9.25VERSION-CONTROL DIALOG
10.4SAVED INFORMATION
Part 3 – MPLAB Editor
Chapter 11. Using the Editor
11.1INTRODUCTION
11.2CONFIGURING THE EDITOR
•Editor Options Dialog
11.2.1Editor Options Dialog
11.2.2Editor Color Customization Dialog
11.3WORKING WITH FILES
•Creating a New File
•Opening Files
•Printing Files
11.3.1Creating a New File
11.4WORKING WITH TEXT
•Selecting Text
11.4.2Moving to a Specific Line
11.4.9Undoing Editor Actions
11.4.10Redoing Editor Actions
11.5WORKING WITH DEBUG FEATURES
11.6KEYBOARD FEATURES
11.6.2Movement and Selection
Timers
CCP/ECCP
Comparators (Limited)
A/D Converter (Limited)
USART
EEPROM Data Memory
12.3.316-Bit Core Device Model – PIC17
12.3.3.116-BIT CORE (PIC17) I/O PINS
12.3.3.216-BIT CORE (PIC17) INTERRUPTS
12.3.3.316-BIT CORE (PIC17) CPU
12.3.3.416-BIT CORE (PIC17) PROCESSOR MODES
12.3.3.516-BIT CORE (PIC17) PERIPHERALS
•Timer1 and Timer2
Timer0
Timer1 and Timer2
Timer3 and Capture
12.3.416-Bit Core Device Model – PIC18
•16-Bit Core (PIC18) I/O Pins
•16-Bit Core (PIC18) Interrupts
12.3.4.116-BIT CORE (PIC18) I/O PINS
12.3.4.216-BIT CORE (PIC18) INTERRUPTS
12.3.4.416-BIT CORE (PIC18) PERIPHERALS
12.4SIMULATOR MODEL – dsPIC DSCs
•Exceptions (Traps/Interrupts)
•System Integration Block
12.4.2Exceptions (Traps/Interrupts)
12.4.3System Integration Block
12.5SIMULATOR EXECUTION
•Execution Speed
12.5.2Execution on Instruction Cycle Boundaries
Chapter 13. Getting Started with MPLAB SIM
13.1INTRODUCTION
•Using the Stopwatch
•Using Stimulus
13.2USING THE STOPWATCH
13.3USING STIMULUS
13.4USING SIMULATOR TRACE
•Tracing Execution
•Export Trace Buffer
13.4.3Export Trace Buffer
13.5USING EXTERNAL MEMORY
13.5.1External Memory Access
13.5.2Simulating External Memory Access
1.Setting Configuration Bits
2.Setting External Memory
13.5.2.1SETTING CONFIGURATION BITS
Chapter 14. Using Stimulus
14.1INTRODUCTION
•SCL Generator Dialog
14.2SCL GENERATOR DIALOG
SFR Values As Triggers
14.2.1Pin/Register Actions
14.2.2Advanced Pin/Register
14.2.3Add/Remove Signals Dialog
14.3STIMULUS CONTROLLER DIALOG
14.4STIMULUS INPUT INTERACTION
Chapter 15. Using Stimulus – PIC17 Devices
15.1INTRODUCTION
15.2USING PIN STIMULUS
•Creating/Editing Pin Stimulus
15.2.1Creating/Editing Pin Stimulus
15.2.2Applying Pin Stimulus
15.2.3Pin Stimulus Display
15.3USING FILE STIMULUS
•Creating/Editing File Stimulus
15.3.1Creating/Editing File Stimulus
15.3.1.1CREATING/EDITING A FILE STIMULUS FILE (.FSTI)
15.3.1.2CREATING/EDITING A SYNCHRONOUS STIMULUS FILE (.SSTI)
15.3.1.3CREATING/EDITING A REGISTER STIMULUS FILE (.RSTI)
15.3.2Applying File Stimulus
15.3.3File Stimulus Display
Chapter 16. Simulator Troubleshooting
16.1INTRODUCTION
•Common Problems/FAQ
16.2COMMON PROBLEMS/FAQ
16.3LIMITATIONS
Chapter 17. Simulator Reference
17.1INTRODUCTION
•Debugging Functions
17.2DEBUGGING FUNCTIONS
17.3SETTINGS DIALOG
•Osc/Trace tab
•Break Options tab
17.4SETTINGS DIALOG – PIC17 DEVICES
•Limitations tab
Glossary
Index
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