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Bits for my "After Arduino" presentation at LCA2013
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Example code for an ATmega328 processor, manually using: * I/O * Timer * Interrupts For demonstration during LCA2013. You need (at least) the following packages to build and flash this code: * gcc-avr * avr-libc * avrdude Some distributions have an "arduino-core" package that installs the entire toolchain and library set _other_ than the IDE; you might want to use that, too. There's also an "arduino-mk" package that contains makefile stuff that might be helpful, especially for more complicated projects. PCB layouts for ATmega328 (etc) and ATtiny85 (etc) for easier breadboard use are also included, as well as an example PCB layout that only uses the MCU (and no supporting componentry). All code (including the makefile, and the PCB layouts) in this repository is released as Public Domain. Anything remaining is CC BY-SA 3.0.