I still have the problem with SD logging. SD cards need to reorganize from time to time and that can take up to 140 ms. For debugging I can log all data in every loop. But for real running I simply disable logging.
Quote from: GoForSmoke on May 18, 2013, 12:19 am... but anything that takes as long as an analog read gets a return to start loop() again.Can you explain what you mean by this? Have you split the analog read in 2 actions?
... but anything that takes as long as an analog read gets a return to start loop() again.
For me it's about response and having my time-checks close. I do use micros() instead of millis() for fine work. A lot can be done in 1000 micros().
Sergegsx:I believe there is a timeout on the upload execution, the disadvantage of this is that you start loosing uploads if things take a little bit longer than expected.
Hi,Back to the question of updating the examples, and possibly providing a way to catalog / find them:Does anyone have a connection to the developers who can propose that a few very-involved forum supporters can get access to the example area?? I'm positive that good, well-documented examples would be the result.
A set of examples comes with every Arduino IDE.
I agree.. if Massimo will fork the examples, people could communicate (here?) and volunteer for particular examples.No one should 'own' one, but the editors name and contact email should be in the source, IMHO.
dont hold your breath