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Hello!

I've been thinking about making an arduino compitable monster, if it's not done already.
Monster being more powerful. More I/Os more EPROM, EEPROM and SRAM.

I have the ATmega128 in mind (unless there is something even more porweful)


But: how do I implement the ATmega128 functions and additional I/Os to the Arduino IDE. (I'm a high-level programmer, but if I have to learn Assembly language, that's not stopping me)

If someone could point me in the right direction, I would be thrilled!
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There are some things in the works, but nothing w/ the ATmega128.  

You should check out the code in hardware/cores/arduino.  That and the ATmega128 datasheet should get you started.  Also check out the Wiring source code - it's based on the ATmega128.
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There is no need to touch assembly. smiley
Its all mainly just lookup tables.
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There are some things in the works, but nothing w/ the ATmega128.  

You should check out the code in hardware/cores/arduino.  That and the ATmega128 datasheet should get you started.  Also check out the Wiring source code - it's based on the ATmega128.

*erm* there might be some rumblings occurring with the 1280

http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1201851030/5#5

I certainly hope so  :-?
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