I like the flexibilty of a library.
1) the Tiny 2 core is, at this stage, a complete replacement of the original Tiny core or not?
2) at this stage, is the Tiny 2 core supporting almost the most important features of the AttinyX61 family (I mean digital read/write, analog read, timers, interrupts)?
I'll try to add the support for the AttinyX61 MCUs in my libraries (swRTC, leOS/leOS2, looper and analogComp)
Quote from: Erni on Jun 22, 2013, 11:39 pmI like the flexibilty of a library.I wonder if it can be both...
So, TinyDebugKnockBang remains a library.
Both gave the same OSCALL values, and the tuned frequence was approx. 8,02 MHz
Next I will try Attiny13, it is a tight fit, but deleting some of the debug text should do it.
I think I missed something... what happens to the -015 tiny library.
I really enjoy working with the tiny cores...
And are there instructions for installation?
My leOS2 works like a sharm, but I didn't have any doubt as it uses the watchdog as a timer.
Is there an option to move millis to timer 1, like on the actual Tiny core?
I even have an EEPROM address range in mind for configuration data. If you're interested just let me know.
I will let you know when the update is ready.
tiny_rgb_fade.ino: In function 'void doFade(int, int&, int&)':tiny_rgb_fade.ino:20:37: error: 'analogWrite' was not declared in this scopetiny_rgb_fade.ino:21:17: error: 'delay' was not declared in this scopetiny_rgb_fade.ino:26:37: error: 'analogWrite' was not declared in this scopetiny_rgb_fade.ino:27:17: error: 'delay' was not declared in this scopetiny_rgb_fade.ino:31:37: error: 'analogWrite' was not declared in this scopetiny_rgb_fade.ino: In function 'void setup()':tiny_rgb_fade.ino:39:29: error: 'randomSeed' was not declared in this scope
/home/simon/programming/c++/arduino/hardware/tiny-core2/cores/tiny/Print.h:12:2: warning: #warning BIN previously defined; probably in a processor specific header. [-Wcpp]In file included from tiny2_test.ino:2:0:/home/simon/programming/c++/arduino/libraries/tinytuner2/TinyTuner2.h:34:2: error: #error TC_XTAL2 must be defined for the selected processor. The definition goes in the processor specific header file. See tc_hardware_mapping_t861.h for an example.In file included from tiny2_test.ino:2:0:/home/simon/programming/c++/arduino/libraries/tinytuner2/TinyTuner2.h:254:53: error: macro "TC_PIN_Z" requires 4 arguments, but only 1 given/home/simon/programming/c++/arduino/libraries/tinytuner2/TinyTuner2.h:255:24: error: macro "TC_DIO_BIT_Z" requires 4 arguments, but only 1 givenIn file included from /home/simon/programming/c++/arduino/libraries/knockbang/TinyDebugKnockBang.h:28:0, from tiny2_test.ino:1:/home/simon/programming/c++/arduino/hardware/tiny-core2/cores/tiny/Arduino.h: In static member function 'static uint16_t TinyTuner2Class::TimeOnePulse()':/home/simon/programming/c++/arduino/hardware/tiny-core2/cores/tiny/Arduino.h:485:22: error: 'TC_PIN_Z' was not declared in this scopeIn file included from tiny2_test.ino:2:0:/home/simon/programming/c++/arduino/libraries/tinytuner2/TinyTuner2.h:255:24: error: 'TC_DIO_BIT_Z' was not declared in this scope
No. I have ver .015 installed, I am unsure about how to proceed... I HATE to ask for hand holding type guidance but I LOVE the tiny cores and yours is the greatest... It's not only well supported but I learn something every time I use them... Waaah.. I want to upgrade and I'm somewhat confused about the disposition of the 015 cores/ I really appreciate all that's been done and contributed to the use of the cores.Doc