I do not wish to offend, but I view the Arduino more of a toy platform - albeit a rather capable toy.
All I can see is win win. The real bonus would be getting the STM chips working well as a toy!
I do not wish to offend, but I view the Arduino more of a toy platform - albeit a rather capable toy. Ray
I spent years writing and fixing software that small businesses ran on less capable toys with.But when what you know are desktop supercomputers, it's like comparing the latest Airbus to a sedan.I don't need an Airbus to go get groceries.
The Large Hadron Collider is the worlds biggest toy.
I didn't do the original work on the libraries; to get up to speed and dive into that would probably be more time than I'm going to have here for a while. If someone wanted to take that on (or partly, even a single library), that'd be great
Jack,The Arduino 1.6.0 IDE is out. Out of my character, I'm trying it out. Any interest in updating the 1284P core? I made a custom core based on bobuino and it's working.Note: it seems that 1.0.5 uses its arduino core files even when I have the custom core folder inside mighty-1284P. Evidence is my analog pins are backwards A0 is actually A7. But if I compile with 1.0.6 it works.