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Sailfish, faster than a Marlin
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This is the firmware source for the RepRap Generation 3 and MakerBot Generation 4 board sets. If you're getting started, please begin by reading the documentation for the firmware: http://wiki.makerbot.com/v2-firmware This project contains the following subdirectories: * firmware - this is the firmware, where active development takes place. See http://wiki.makerbot.com/v2-firmware for details on how to build and install the code. * bootloader - this contains a slightly modified version of the Arduino bootloader for installing on older extruder controller boards. It includes code to quickly shut down all mosfets to avoid possible damage during bootloader startup. * dist - this directory contains tools and scripts for quickly installing bootloaders and board images on Piles O' Boards. ----- This software incorporates code related to acceleration from Marlin: https://github.com/ErikZalm/Marlin ----- This software is covered by GNU General Public License v3 and according to section 7.), subsection b), additional permissions for author attribution are required on any work that incorporates, is derived or inspired from the following components: a) JKN Advance b) YAJ (Yet Another Jerk) c) Altshell ReplicatorG plugin d) Pause @ ZPos e) Advance Pressure Relax Author attribution is required as follows: 1. If the device this software is executed on has an LCD or display screen attached, credit/attribution must be provided on this screen with at least 1 second duration when and each time the device is powered on. 2. If the device does not have a display screen attached and the software is distributed in binary form, then credit/attribution is required to be displayed to the user prior to installation of the binary software. 3. If the software is being supplied in source code form, then any existing credit/attributions must be retained. 4. If the software is being supplied in source code form, but it is derived or inspired from this source code, then Credit/Attribution below must be provided in the source code near the top of the source file. 5. The additional permissions listed here are required to be included in their entirety with any license file of any derivative works that use the above features. Credit/Attribution: This software uses the following components from Jetty Firmware: (LIST OF COMPONENTS GOES HERE) authored by Dan Newman and Jetty.