I've pushed a few updated for ArduinoISP. I'm using the AVR toolkit from Arduino 1.0 to test it. Good news is that you don't need to worry about auto-reset on the Arduino UNO. If you connect with the toolkit avrdude the board doesn't get reset. (If you connect using the serial console it does reset, so they must have made a change in avrdude.)
Arduino 1.0 includes a recent ArduinoISP sketch, with the 'write to larger eeprom' fix.
ArduinoISP will continue to focus primarily on burning bootloaders. More advanced users should submit requests to the mega-isp project on Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/mega-isp. The source code is available from http://github.com/rsbohn/arduinoisp.
The Man Wore Motley
The vaults are insufferably damp.
Thursday, February 03, 2011
Sunday, December 12, 2010
I'm learning to use CouchDB. It's a fun way to keep track of stuff. You can put JSON documents in the db, and you can attach files too. I've always like the idea of having a template in the cloud that you can use to build a working environment on any given computer. I'm setting one up now. You download a single script from CouchDB that will install other tools and create folders and so on.