My main concern is on the software support side. The ManiacBug files most of us use haven't been updated in like two years and is probably 2 or 3 IDE versions behind. For example the lack of pinMode(pin#, INPUT_PULLUP) isn't recognized and I'm sure there are other other minor things that aren't up to date. A refresh by someone good at this kind of stuff would sure be nice and of course getting the arduino developers to support the 1284P directly would be the best solution, but that is asking for too much I know.
#define NUM_DIGITAL_PINS 31
Just ordered a Sleeping Beauty.I'll be using it to test out my openGLCD library on several different IDEs, including pre 1.0 and 1.5.xSo Jack, I'll be joining you and others over in your 1284p core thread, as soon as I get the board in.--- bill
Quote from: retrolefty on Apr 24, 2014, 02:24 amI also noticed the following in /variants/standard/pins_arduino.h, shouldn't that be 32?Code: [Select]#define NUM_DIGITAL_PINS 31Yes, but you will find the board files for the Sleeping Beauty here:http://www.rasmicro.com/Sleeping_Beauty/And if you look at pins_arduino.h line 75 it is defined as 32.Roger
I also noticed the following in /variants/standard/pins_arduino.h, shouldn't that be 32?Code: [Select]#define NUM_DIGITAL_PINS 31
Quote from: bperrybap on May 01, 2014, 06:21 amJust ordered a Sleeping Beauty.I'll be using it to test out my openGLCD library on several different IDEs, including pre 1.0 and 1.5.xSo Jack, I'll be joining you and others over in your 1284p core thread, as soon as I get the board in.--- billBill, et al:Is it feasible to run pre-1.0 on the 1284? We are having a discussion over on the 1284 side about 1.0.5r2 and 1.5.x as to where the effort should be places first. Nothing has been mentioned about pre-1.0 builds. I must plead ignorance to the size of the pre-1.0 community that is still active.
I will call your attention to differences in pins_arduino.h ... the Bobduino and the Sleeping Beauty have a few differences! So, take notes.Ray
My Sleeping Beauty BB board came in today.And as an unexpected added bonus, a PI-Duino-BB PCB was tossed in. So far I've been unable to locate any information on this board.I'd like to find a schematic. I'm assuming it is something similar to thechipkit pihttp://www.element14.com/community/community/knode/dev_platforms_kits/element14_dev_kits/microchip-chipkit/chipkit_piAnybody have any links for information on this board?--- bill
One bummer that I just noticed on the Sleeping Beauty BB is thatI can't use the ISP port with my existing 6 pin cable.If you have keyed idx connectors, they don't fit because the ISP pinsare too close to the 1284 and the connector key prevents the cablefrom being plugged in.
Could be good for offloading real-time i/o.I'm pretty interested in the board. I'm curious what goes the 28/30 pin dip spot.
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