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I read your articles in Nuts and volts about getting away from arduino and I have a question. I have in the past did a lot of low level programing for the 68000 and 8048 but have been away from real programming for a while but want to get back into things in support of my robot hobbies. My question is: Does there exist a cross reference for the various libraries for the AVR’s ? It’s nice to have a thorough set of library routines to work with but they all but useless if you don’t know they exist. Is there a comprehensive index and short summary of the existing libraries? I looked on Atmel’s site but nothing is obvious. I’m not so interested in Arduino libraries as I am generic AVR routines/libraries.
Hi Monty, thanks for the question. Atmel Studio uses the popular GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) toolchain. THere is a useful list of libraries over on this website. Hope it helps, and please keep comments and suggestions coming.
Great interview on The SparkGap Podcast!
Thanks! I enjoyed it, although never enjoy listening to my own voice 🙂