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I am working a project that could use the increased number of I/O ports of the ATmega325 over the ATmega328.  Is there any way to modify the Arduino 1.0 IDE to support the 325?

I did a search on the forum but did not come up with anything, other than somefolks that had looked into a few years ago and with no conclusion.....

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Check here to see if core files are developed for the '325.

If not, check out a '324//644/1284 solution instead?
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Crossroads replied:

""Check here to see if core files are developed for the '325.""

Sorry I am a bit dense today...Where is "here"

This forum?

Thanls

David G.

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Sorry thought I pasted that in:

www.avr-developers.com
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"Sorry thought I pasted that in:

www.avr-developers.com
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This looks like a gold strike!!!, no 325 code  but it does have the 324 (and a host of other CPUs) which will do just find in my application...... but it says it is for IDE 0020 and I am running Arduino 1.0 , I would go back to 0020 but I can't find it any longer on my computer......

This resource should be better known. Is it listed  in the playground or somewhere else????
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David G.

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Don't know.
You can still download previous revs

http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

However: a '324 is very much like a '1284, just less memory, and the '1284 is getting to be supported pretty well in 1.0
Signature Fuse a little different

Check this thread
http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,88017.0.html
and also Optiloader for '1284's

http://code.google.com/p/optiboot/downloads/list
(might need google log in for that?)
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Thanks for the help!

Folks like you are what make the Arduino concept really work!

David G.
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Thanks. I am just trying follow in the footsteps of my peers, many of whom are way more knowledgeble in the software end of it than I.  But I can design a pretty mean board smiley-cool
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