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MIDIbox Operating System
Copyright (C) 1998-2006 Thorsten Klose (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Licensed for personal non-commercial use only.
All other rights reserved.
No commercial use without my permission!
The MIDIbox Operating System (MIOS) has been developed to the requirements of
flexible MIDI controller applications. In difference to dedicated solutions,
like today's commercial products or PIC16F based MIDIboxes, MIOS follows the
concept of an open computing system as fundament for idea exchange and personal
adaptions. The MIDIbox Gallery (http://www.ucapps.de/midibox_gallery.html)
already points out different oppinions in terms of panel design, control
elements and prefered workflow. Most of these MIDI controllers are based on
MIDIbox64, MIDIbox16E or MIDIO128 and therefore limited to the provided
features of the firmware. With MIOS, such controllers can be enhanced to
multipurpose devices with exchangable program code, totally customized to
the appr. host application, synthesizer or similar "MIDI devices".
By releasing the application source codes, everybody will be free to use
them as template for modifications and improvements. In this manner MIOS
breaks down the skill barrier to getting started with PIC microcontrollers
and allows - even people new to electronics - to realize projects far
away from the main stream.
MIOS Application Library
The preassembled MIOS binary as well as the MIOS Application library
is hosted seperately at http://www.uCApps.de
Content of this Release Package
contains the source code of MIOS
list of last changes
o doc/mios_fun.html and doc/cmios_fun.html
Documentation about the public functions
Documentation about the available SysEx commands
copy these files into the directory of your application if it has
not been migrated to the new release yet
contains the code for MIOS bootloader
contains some perl utilities for programmers