Custom Board Support Package (BSP) Tutorial: Step 5

Step 5.1: Create a New MPLAB® Harmony Project

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Create a new Harmony project inside the Harmony framework in which you have added the custom Board Support Package (BSP). Refer to "Create a New MPLAB® Harmony v2 Project" to create a new MPLAB Harmony project.

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Make sure that you:

  • Select the MPLAB Harmony Path, because it contains the new BSP.
  • Select the target device for which you have created the custom BSP (PIC32MZ2048EFM100 for the PIC32MZ EF Curiosity Development Board).
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Step 5.2: Verify That the New BSP is Created for the Device

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In MPLAB X IDE, navigate to Tools > Embedded > MPLAB Harmony Configurator.

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In MHC, navigate to BSP Configuration > Use BSP > Select BSP to use for PIC32MZ2048EFM100.

You can see the newly created BSP under this menu.

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Step 5.3: Verify BSP Components in MHC

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Verify the Clock Configuration.

Navigate to the Clock Diagram tab of MPLAB Harmony Configurator (MHC). The Clock Configuration shows the clock configuration values for the PIC32MZ Family. The Clock Configuration should be similar to the graphics shown below.

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Verify the pin settings.

Navigate to the Pin Settings tab of MHC. The Pin Settings will be those you configured in bsp.hconfig.

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