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Yes that applies. It was new in version 0018 to have multiple folders and each one to have its own "boards.txt". It makes it VERY easy to add a new board.

What I have done is modifed the arduino core files to use register based #Ifdefs instead of cpu based #ifdefs. With the exception of the "pins_arduino.c" file. Nothing needs to be changed for a new cpu. From my list you will see I have almost all the bases covered.

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I have been doing a lot of work on the core files to enable them to support as many cpus as possible. Some of my changes have already been accepted for version 20. I hope some more of them will be as well. Here is a list of what I have working.

Thanks MarkS for having all these. I always knew Arduino had more, suspected there was more on top of those, but had no clue there were so many.

Part of the Arduino appeal for me is abstracting the lower layers as I don't handle that so well. I'd like to cast my vote to get more of these accepted into new releases.
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I am currently considering sorting out a version of the arduino IDE with extra stuff included.

Not sure how interested people would be in that. So you could download the IDE with all of the most common libraries included and derivitive board core files already included.

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I'd like to see more in the IDE. I've wondered why the more common and stable playground libraries haven't been included and the extra board/chip definitions (as mentioned earlier). Maybe those could be under some "contrib" type menu? Or is this a taboo subject? (remember I'm kinda new here)

Thankfully due to the help of others, this isn't too hard. :-)
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I'd like to see more in the IDE. I've wondered why the more common and stable playground libraries haven't been included and the extra board/chip definitions (as mentioned earlier). Maybe those could be under some "contrib" type menu? Or is this a taboo subject? (remember I'm kinda new here)
It's just not something the arduino team seem to like to do...  :-?
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@ MarkS, is it correct, that your URL now redirects to the arduino homepage?

secound question: do you thing of supporting some of the xMegas?
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masimo asked me not to use Arduino in my web page name

My new web page with all of the supported chips is

http://www.avr-developers.com/
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thats kind of crappy since your showing all the chips that work with arduino's wrapper
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I wouldn't judge them too harshly. Now that the word Arduino is trademarked they have to defend the trademark else it becomes diluted and it cannot be effectively enforced.

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This stupidity is getting out of hand, I don't buy this "have to defend" FUD.

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masimo asked me not to use Arduino in my web page name

at least redirect your old URL to your new one...
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I don't buy this "have to defend" FUD.
It isn't FUD.  One of the rules with a trademark (in the U.S.) is that you have to prevent it from becoming diluted.  From Harvard's website...

Trademark rights can also be lost through genericity. Sometimes, trademarks that are originally distinctive can become generic over time, thereby losing its trademark protectionKellogg Co. v. National Biscuit Co., 305 U.S. 111 (1938). A word will be considered generic when, in the minds of a substantial majority of the public, the word denotes a broad genus or type of product and not a specific source or manufacturer. So, for example, the term "thermos" has become a generic term and is no longer entitled to trademark protection. Although it once denoted a specific manufacturer, the term now stands for the general type of product. Similarly, both "aspirin" and "cellophane" have been held to be generic. Bayer Co. v. United Drug Co., 272 F.505 (S.D.N.Y. 1921). In deciding whether a term is generic, courts will often look to dictionary definitions, the use of the term in newspapers and magazines, and any evidence of attempts by the trademark owner to police its mark
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so instead of going balls out on the ebay clones they choose a community member providing a free service compatible with "their" software that helps us all

 :smiley

also what about sparkfun who is offering an uno in a totally redesigned blister pack, does that not dilute the brand? as its no longer in its original distinct packaging (and has the word arduino written on the new packaging) and implys that it is a sparkfun brand arduino uno?

http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10175

like I said its kind of crappy, defend your IP all you want, but dont crap on your community
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also what about sparkfun who is offering an uno in a totally redesigned blister pack, does that not dilute the brand?
Seems like it to me.  To me the packaging makes it look like "Arduino" is a product brand made by "Sparkfun".
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Seems like it to me.  To me the packaging makes it look like "Arduino" is a product brand made by "Sparkfun".
Hadn't really thought about that but I suppose I agree  smiley
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