avr-g++ -c -std=gnu++11 -mmcu=attiny84 -DF_CPU=8000000L -DARDUINO=166 -Wall -Wextra -fno-exceptions -felide-constructors -Os -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -flto -mcall-prologues -I<include paths here> -MMD -MP -MF <file.o.d> -o <file.o> <file.cpp>
avr-g++ -mmcu=attiny84 -Wextra -Os -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -Wl,--gc-sections -Wl,--relax -flto -o <target> <object files paths...> <cosa library path> -Wl,-Map,<target.map>
ar -rv <cosalib.a> <object files...>ranlib <cosalib.a>
If I get the time I will see if there is some restructuring of the source code that might help the linker.
Is it possible use Cosa by AtmelStudio ?
These might be really stupid questions but is it possible to use Arduino Uno + RFM69H(W) to control Nexa switches? I see there are different sections for Nexa and RFM69 but RFM69 can be used as 433MHz component?
Also if that is possible is there already some connections between arduino + cosa and OpenHAB?
@MarsWarriorI recently got hold of a SIM900 GSM / GPRS Shield development board and plan to write a Socket driver for that. All the Cosa Ethernet (INET) classes such as MQTT can then be used with this transport layer. Cheers!
Did you get to create the Socket driver for SIM900 Shield?
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