we could be forcing you to use GPLv3
Quotewe could be forcing you to use GPLv3Just curious: Jestersage, just who are Which pieces of code have your written and kindly released under something less virally oppressive than GPLV3?
....you should in time see more and more compelling advantages to using a Teensy.
I'll just say that I suspect that the complexity of implementing USB devices beyond a simple serial port simulation is going to be a much bigger barrier to success
I'm simply not very impressed by everything I've read here.
Virally oppressive? Don't you mean "Downstream protective" ?
Well, in terms of implementing a HID device, it's really not that bad--and by now my Arduino and bit-banging shield are implementing a composite device (six-axis, 16-button joystick, plus keyboard and mouse, with a binding interface) quite nicely, using AVRUSB.
I would be interested in seeing your shield/code for this.
Teensyduino only supports the Teensy.... the bootloader is not open source. If you are looking for a 100% pure open source project, including bootloader source code and CAD files under a share-alike license, Teensy is not for you.
What percentage of projects actually need faster serial or need to look like a certain kind of usb device, and cannot do so with avrusb?
Who here is using Linux exclusively and not doing any development using Windows or Macos?
especially when we all know why he asked that question on Linux and mac and windows.