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EasyMSP 0.8.2 Beta2 Released


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I have just released the second beta of EasyMSP 0.8.2. Grab it while it's hot http://code.google.com/p/easymsp/downloads/detail?name=EasyMSP%200.8.2%20Beta2.zip

 

Change Log:

 

Added hardware SPI Functions:


  • hspiConfig()
    hspiOut()
    hspiIn()

 

Added Watchdog Functions:


  • enableWD()
    disableWD()
    clearWD()
    enableTimer()
    disableTimer()

 

Improved:


  • Commenting
    Formatting

 

I have also changed how you include EasyMSP, Please see the wiki for more information.

 

Next on my list is Hardware I2C and software UART. One thing i do know is I2C WILL be included in EasyMSP 0.8.3, but i'm not sure about UART yet....

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This looks awesome! Thank you so much for doing this!!!

 

2 questions:

 

1) Should the include header file of "easymsp.h" be now replaced by "EasyMSP082RC2.h"? In the YourFirst Project example?

 

2) For learning C, what books/sites would you specifically recommend?

 

Thanks again,

Roger

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Hi Matt,

Thanks for updating us.

A suggestion:

If you could list all the changes that were made, it would be insightful and shows that the library is improving as a whole.

 

Also, what happened to RC2? Looks like you found a few more bugs to iron out. :)

 

Heh, yeah. I thought i was ready to release RC2, But no, Tests proved otherwise :P

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This looks awesome! Thank you so much for doing this!!!

 

2 questions:

 

1) Should the include header file of "easymsp.h" be now replaced by "EasyMSP082RC2.h"? In the YourFirst Project example?

 

2) For learning C, what books/sites would you specifically recommend?

 

Thanks again,

Roger

 

Hi rbwiliams,

 

I have updated the page with new example code that applies to EasyMSP 0.8.2 Beta2

 

As for learning C, i'm not sure what you recommend, however it looks like http://www.cprogramming.com has a nice tutorial on C.

 

Regards,

MattTheGeek

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So how serious are you about this Arduino compatibility layer? What's there now seems awfully scant (for example, the only version of millis() I found was pretty wrong, and millis() is a pretty fundamental Arduino function.)

(It looks more useful as a collection of handy non-arduino-compatible functions...)

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So how serious are you about this Arduino compatibility layer? What's there now seems awfully scant (for example, the only version of millis() I found was pretty wrong, and millis() is a pretty fundamental Arduino function.)

(It looks more useful as a collection of handy non-arduino-compatible functions...)

 

I haven't paid much attention to the AFI, since i need to implement the functions first. However, I'll take this into consideration.

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