Arduino 0012 for ATmega328P
ATmega328P seems to be almost identical to ATmega168, which is used in Arduino, except the flash memory space. This is not true if you are a firmware programmer. The header file ".../include/avr/iom328p.h" defines a little bit different macro symbols in comparison to the header file for ATmega168. From this point of view, ATmega328P is a family of ATmega168P, not ATmega168. The "P" suffix means the "picoPower" (tm) technology. We have to use "*_vect" symbols instead of "SIG_*" symbols for interrupt vectors. This is the reason the Arduino 0011 IDE for ATmega328P by spiffie.org does not work completely.
For Windows only.
- (Windows) Arduino 0012 ATmega328P support (without JRE) 43MB
- (Windows) Arduino 0012 ATmega328P support (with JRE) 73MB
- (Mac) Arduino 0012 ATmega328P対応 69Mバイト 2008/1/9
- (Windows) Arduino 0011 ATmega328P support (without JRE) 38MB
- (Windows) Arduino 0011 ATmega328P support (with JRE) 67MB
- (Windows) Copy of the original 51MB
- 2009-01-09(UTC) Mac version.
- 2009-01-06(UTC) Fixed error selecting boards other than "Arduino w/ ATmega328".
- 2009-01-05(UTC) Initial release.
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(2009-01-05 - sgk)