AVR Toolbox source code for the Chaser lights...cannot find

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AVR Toolbox source code for the Chaser lights...cannot find

Post by jpmcginley » Wed May 09, 2012 3:16 pm

When I click the " Click here for Smiley’s Workshop Source Code"
On the http://smileymicros.com/blog/, it takes me to the Blog for the workshop codes.
The project is above workshop 34 says to click for the workshopsAll source code after Workshop 34 is located at:
avrtoolbox.
http://code.google.com/p/avrtoolbox/ in the source under avr_applications\simple-chaser_lights.

I can locate the ZIP file for the Workshop 42: LCD Navigator,
but not the info for the one I am looking for:Chaser Lights with the BreadboArduino.
I am new to this, sort of and hopefully it is just a loose nut behind the keyboard.

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Re: AVR Toolbox source code for the Chaser lights...cannot f

Post by joepardue » Wed May 09, 2012 6:12 pm

Actually the way I keep the code repository kind of buries things so they aren't easy to find. The code you are looking for is located at: http://code.google.com/p/avrtoolbox/sou ... ser_lights
There is a trade off in using the repository the bad being that it is harder to find, the good being that if I modify the code it gets updated automatically.

You aren't the first person to have trouble with this and I'm thinking I need to have a more direct route for the Workshop code like I used to have. I'll give it some thought.

Anyway, I hope it works for you and that you are enjoying playing with this stuff.

Joe

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Re: AVR Toolbox source code for the Chaser lights...cannot f

Post by jpmcginley » Fri May 11, 2012 2:18 am

Joe,
Thanks for the fast reply, Found it now. I found teh LCD Nav info, have to see if I can get to the link on my own for the future Workshops.
Thanks,
J.P.

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