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C++ OO micro-controller library for close-to-the-hardware programming
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Hwlib is a C++ classic-OO-style library for close-to-the-hardware programming. It is used in a number of Computer Science courses at the Hogeschool Utrecht, HBO-ICT.

The typical blink-a-led application code using hwlib (assuming a target board like the Arduino Uno that has a default led) is:

#include "hwlib.hpp"

int main( void ){   
   auto led = hwlib::target::led;
   hwlib::blink( led );
}

For the documentation: run

   doxygen doxyfiles/doxyfile

and open index.html (which redirects to html/index.html).


(c) Wouter van Ooijen (wouter@voti.nl) 2017-2019

Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)

note: include/hwlib-arduino-due-system-sam3xa.inc is (c) atmel, under asf license.

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