bcomp11 - on-board computer
Car on-board computer based on LPC11C14. Specified for Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 2nd gen.
The Keil MDK project have some configurations:
bcomp11 (Debug) - debug build.
bcomp11 Pajero (Release) - release build for Mitsubishi Pajero.
bcomp11 Nissan (Release) - release build with experimental Nissan functions.
bcomp11 Virtuino (Release) - release build with Virtuino functionality.
More information here: https://github.com/igkov/bcomp11/wiki/Firmware-structure.
For build in GCC-ARM use Makefile. GCC build didn't full functionality, because GCC generate more code.
The sub-folder /pc contains HAL-level and build-script for compilation in MinGW-Win32. This build use for easy interface debug.
Computer based on NXP LPC11C14 with HW CAN. Full hardware project here: https://github.com/igkov/bcomp11hw
Device view (this is first hardware version)*: *on photo 2 board with LPC11C14: this computer, and test device for automotive CAN-NET: http://github.com/igkov/ecu-emulator
Use Keil MDK or GCC ARM. Recommended version of Keil MDK - 4.24, newer versions have other editor kernel and cann't show Cyrillic in CP-1251 (only in Unicode/UTF-8), thats problem for show/edit Cyrillic text constants. Also Keil MDK 5+ have not problems with Cyrillic in CP-1251.
PC Emulation build
For interface simple debug, project have simple HAL-level for building in MinGW for Windows. Sample interface screens:
You can donate this project here.