Most of the embedded application developments are time consuming due to the lack of softwares for configuring the peripherals. Currently existing Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) and simulators in the real-time field helps to simulate synthetic tasks, run feasible tests and compile a program, but code generating features for the peripherals are not available in these systems. This paper presents a novel Code Configuration Tool (CCT) for embedded systems, which can be used for developing an embedded application quickly and easily. The features of CCT includes: Graphical User Interface (GUI), tools for configuring peripherals, code generation and project building. CCT is developed using Qt-C++ framework. CCT is interfaced with Philips ARM7 LPC 2148 micro controller and configures the peripherals of LPC controller and generates C program for the same, which a user can use directly to dump on the controller for application implementation. Thus, the key contribution of this work is development of a software platform which can be used to generate executable codes for various peripherals of LPC 2148 controller to implement specific real-time applications without the overhead of configuring and writing codes of the peripherals resulting in rapid hardware implementation.
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F. Jose and Dr. Anju Pillai S., “Code Configuration Tool for Real Time Systems”, 6th International Conference on Computation of Power, Energy, Information and Communication, ICCPEIC 2017, vol. 2018-January. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., pp. 342-346, 2017.