Arduino on SMART SAM E70

Hello all,

I recently purchased an Atmel ATSAME70-XPLD evaluation board.

I would like to run the Arduino IDE using this board.

Didn't find any thing about this searching the forum and was wondering if anyone has attempted this at this point.

I have an existing project running on a Feather M0 Proto board. I need a faster clock speed and more memory resources to tweak the application. I can rewrite the code in C++ but would prefer to use the Arduino platform.

I few hints on how to proceed to accomplish this would be greatly appreciated since I have not tried this before.

Thanks in advance for any advice in advance!

arduino is c++ no difference, step up from an M0 is an arduino Due 84MHz

no idea about the ATSAME70-XPLD but i doubt it as arduino wont be set up for it

See How to developing on Arduino IDE with the SONiX cortex m-series chips - #2 by westfw - Microcontrollers - Arduino Forum
It's not an easy task, especially since it looks like the e70 peripherals are not the same as the existing Arduino devices (they look similar to the Due (SAM3x) peripherals, but not quite the same.)