Kristian Sloth Lauszus
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The code is released under the GNU General Public License.
This is a Sanguino third-party hardware add-on for the Arduino IDE.
To use this add-on simply add the following url: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Lauszus/Sanguino/master/package_lauszus_sanguino_index.json to the Arduino boards manager. Please see the following page for more information: https://learn.adafruit.com/add-boards-arduino-v164.
Advanced users can install the hardware add-on manually by creating a folder named “hardware” inside your sketchbook directory. Now move the Sanguino directory inside that folder. The structure would look like this:
It is also possible to use this add-on with PlatformIO. For instace you can use the Sanguino ATmega644 or ATmega644A running at 16 MHz by creating the following entry in your platformio.ini file:
[env:sanguino_atmega644p] platform = atmelavr framework = arduino board = sanguino_atmega644p
This will also allow you to specify the upload speed by adding the following entry:
upload_speed = 57600
This is needed if you have not burned the Optiboot bootloader.
The list of boards can be found here: http://docs.platformio.org/en/latest/platforms/embedded_boards.html#sanguino.
Since the ATmega1284 is not supported by Avrdude. You will have to burn the bootloader manually from the command line. See this file for help: ATmega1284.md.
Also check out the following site for more information: http://blog.stevemarple.co.uk/2013/01/how-to-use-atmel-atmega1284-non-p.html.
For more information see the following site: http://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Environment#thirdpartyhardware or send me an email at email@example.com.