I discovered a problem with the extended SPI library:
Using more than one begin(CS) of the three predefined pins (4, 10, 52),
completely stopps any SPI communication.
If end(CS) is used before an other begin(CS) with a different pin it works.
Not sure if this is the intended use?
I thought they can be used in parallel, as shown in the extended SPI reference.
IDE: nightly build for mac downloaded 23.sept
I’m looking into this, thanks for the bug report.
maybe I’ve found a regression, may you check if replacing
in you arduino installation, with the one attached to this post solves your issue?
SPI.cpp (3.82 KB)
SPI_Class.h (1.85 KB)
yep this solves the problem (saleae & hameg & me proved)
thanks for the fast response and fix !
kudos & gracie
And also pushed for 1.5.5:
hope this is the last bug in SPI class.