Using a version control system for software development is a standard procedure today. While things are pretty clear for ‘standard’ Eclipse projects, it is not that easy for Processor Expert projects. I’m using Processor Expert projects with Git and SVN (Subversion). I want to share here tips how to use Processor Expert projects with a version control system. Screenshots and vocabulary are for TortoiseGit and Git, but applicable to any other VCS (Version Control System).
For many of my applications I’m using a PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) signal. One example is the motor driver used in this project where I use one PWM signal for each motor. Another usage of PWM is to control the brightness of an LED. Processor Expert makes usage of the PWM hardware easier. Still, for some settings it is good to have the resulting signals in mind. So in this post I’m showing how the settings impact the PWM signal generated.
Sometimes I’m looking for a functionality, and I cannot find it. But this does not mean that it does not exist ;-).
The Eclipse preference pages have a great filter text field: If I want to change a setting which has something to do with ‘color’, I can enter that text and it will show me all setting pages having something to do with ‘color':