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Let's open a new googlecode project for all attiny cores

Done...
http://code.google.com/p/arduino-tiny

I'll try to get the '84 core source files uploaded this week.

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But I also want to make sure that the modified LumiNet IDEs can be found there, because attiny support and LumiNet belong together.

Is this the latest modified Windows IDE...
http://hci.rwth-aachen.de/tiki-download_wiki_attachment.php?attId=759&page=luminet

Which version of the IDE is it based on?

Does the ZIP file contain a complete IDE or just the things that you modified?

moustic

should it be possible to have the core given in this link :
http://hlt.media.mit.edu/wiki/pmwiki.php?n=Main.ArduinoATtiny4585
added on the google project ??

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should it be possible to have the core given in this link :
http://hlt.media.mit.edu/wiki/pmwiki.php?n=Main.ArduinoATtiny4585
added on the google project ??

Yes.

My goals are...

1. Get the Google Code site started (done)

2. Make SuperCow's ATtiny84 Core as similar as possible to the Arduino 0019 Core (minus Serial).  This should provide a Tiny Core that has almost identical performance and functionality as the 0019 core.

3. Integrate the ATtiny85 Core (from the link you posted) with the ATtiny84 Core.  The end result will be a single Tiny Core that supports 84 and 85 processors.

4. Integrate RenĂ© Bohne's ATtiny2313 Core with the Tiny Core.  The end result will be a single Tiny Core that supports 2313, 84, and 85 processors.

5. Branch the Tiny Core so performance and memory optimizations (like digital*Fast and tone-to-pin output) can be applied.

Any participation (including testing) is welcome!

SuperCow

My tinyport was based on Bohne's luminet, but with clean core files from 0017. Later i ported it to 0018.
Now we have 0019, and I would have ported it to 0019.

Few month ago i put in a alot of time making a bootloader for it.
I have started again with the bootloader, using optiboot, or using mine with some tricks from optiboot.

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Few month ago i put in a alot of time making a bootloader for it.
I have started again with the bootloader, using optiboot, or using mine with some tricks from optiboot.

I'm curious.  Obviously, RenĂ© Bohne needs a bootloader for his work.  Does anyone else?  Are there people who want to program a Tiny who don't already have an Arduino or an ICSP?

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