Port of the Arduino IDE, core, libraries and bootloader to support the Atmel XMEGA family of chips.
Currently supported boards:
- AVR xplain board
- Akafuino X board
- Sparkfun xmega100 breakout board
The following boards should work with a little tweaking:
- Boston Android
This project has replaced the xmegaduino project on Google Code (http://code.google.com/p/xmegaduino/) and has been active since September 2011. It supersedes the earlier xplainduino.
Download from here.
- OS X
- Linux 32-bit
- Linux 64-bit
- AVR xplain board
The LUFA project provides a replacement USB firmware that can act as a PDI programmer. You can also use a PDI programmer such as the AVR Dragon.
Requires a PDI programmer, such as the AVR Dragon in order to upload sketches and burn bootloaders.
Comes with a bootloader pre-installed and can be used directly from the Xmegaduino IDE.
The Xmegaduino project is beta quality, and not all the features of the Arduino IDE are supported yet.
- digitalRead and digitalWrite
- millis and delay
- micros and delayMicroseconds
- Serial on USB (USARTC0), Serial1 on pins D2/D3 (USARTD0) and Serial2 on D6/D7 (USARTD1).
- attachInterrupt, detachInterrupt, interrupts, noInterrupts
- Upload using bootloader over usb port, D2/3, or D6/7.
- Burning bootloader from arduino IDE
- DAC (using xmDAC library)
- shiftOut, shiftIn, pulseIn (not tested)
- SPI library
- EEPROM library
- Ethernet library
- Servo library
- Stepper library
Beta5 (based on Arduino 1.5.2-rc2):
- New avr-gcc 4.8.1, avrdude 6.1
- Many many updates
Beta4 (based on Arduino 1.0.1-rc2):
- New avr-gcc 4.5.1, avr-libc 1.7.1 for all platforms (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux 32/64)
- Linux now comes with bundled avr-gcc and avr-libc
- Use correct SPI port on Akafuino X (pin 10-13)
- Upload sketch to XPlain using PDI
- Translated to 23 different languages (Thanks to Arduino)
Beta3 (based on Arduino 1.0):
Big thanks goes out to Brendan Powers and Russell for their contributions
- xmDAC now works again
- EEPROM library fixed
- All baud rates are now dynamically calculated
- SPI library ported
- shiftIn function implemented
- tone implemented using timer TCC1
- LEVEL interrupt mode
- Replicated Arduino's pullup behavior when writing to an input pin