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fragtastic69

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Jun 15, 2010, 06:52 pm Last Edit: Jun 15, 2010, 06:56 pm by fragtastic69 Reason: 1
@ captnKrunch / admin
I think this should really be added to the #include documentation.
There was another post about this i just saw asking the same thing.
http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1276204960

captnKrunch

Thanks guys.  All of this was very helpful.  I'm up and running.  I still think some of this info should be reflected into the documentation though.

As a side note, I heartily recommend the FAT16 software package as a great job of coding and user level documentation if you need to implement a PC compatible data logger using SD cards.

fdufnews

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I still think some of this info should be reflected into the documentation though.

Well it is. The information is in the readme.txt file you find in the directory you install arduino software.
* Support for third-party libraries in the SKETCHBOOK/libraries folder.


and here http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/Environment you find this
There is a list of libraries in the reference. Some libraries are included with the Arduino software. Others can be downloaded from a variety of sources. To install these third-party libraries, create a directory called libraries within your sketchbook directory. Then unzip the library there. For example, to install the DateTime library, its files should be in the /libraries/DateTime sub-folder of your sketchbook folder.

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