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Oct 06, 2010, 08:41 pm Last Edit: Oct 06, 2010, 08:42 pm by bcook Reason: 1
@Osgeld:
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im using it to send out to shift registers , but I found it easier to just bitbang pins manually (not digitalWrite)

Would digital*Fast functions be useful to you?

@moustic:
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Maybe it could be usefull for you to make wire library working on tiny.

Do you have a need for the Wire library to work on an ATtiny84 processor?  85 processor?  Any other tiny processor?

@Osgeld:
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hm I am going to say memory because there is always the option to use an external clock and if one uses a oscillator package its only eating up one pin, adding memory not so easy ...

Good point.  Also, there seem to be more posts about "I'm out of memory" than "My application is too slow".  It seems that most "too slow" applications can be sped up using a different design.

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course in a perfect world, both!  

Well, so far I've managed a bit of both.   :D

moustic

I'm trying to have a I2C clock working with a tiny85.
I found this web site with this code.
I don't use it in arduino env, but I think It should be really easier if I could use arduino environement and librairies to develop on my tiny.

a great usage for tiny and i2c is to pilot an RGB led. (like BlinkM )

Osgeld

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Would digital*Fast functions be useful to you?


probably not enough to go out of your way for them, but if you want them I am not going to stop you


Mark S

I also have a version of the Arduino core files that work with many many chips including the tinys

http://www.arduino-avr.com

Mark

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Oct 06, 2010, 11:47 pm Last Edit: Oct 06, 2010, 11:48 pm by bcook Reason: 1
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including the tinys

The '84?  I don't see an entry in "pins_arduino.c" for it.

Have you tested tone / noTone on the '45?

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