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Please provide the documentation required by the CERN Open Hardware License when using said license.
Have you looked into some of the other MCUDude offerings, like mightyCore, megaCore, or megaCoreX? I get the impression that at least one person has cracked how to use the improved bootloader you referenced to do over-the-air firmware updates, and it would be great to find a working example (for an MPU with, say, at least twice the amount of flash as the atmega328p) where someone has done so. That it could all be done easily within the Arduino IDE, as the MCUDude bootloader plus MCUDude Arduino-like libraries appears to allow, would be a huge plus, as it would appear to allow code migration to a vast collection of new MCU's (the ones encompassed by MCUDude) with little to no effort.
Is that right, or is there a gotcha that I've overlooked?
tiana last edited by
How much battery life you expect with this modified boot-loader and code?
mpp last edited by
It will depend on the interval but I'd also be interested in this.