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RE: [avr-libc-dev] avr-lib-c-extentions library

From: Weddington, Eric
Subject: RE: [avr-libc-dev] avr-lib-c-extentions library
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2008 14:36:34 -0700


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> Subject: Re: [avr-libc-dev] avr-lib-c-extentions library
> As Weddington, Eric wrote:
> > > Dean Camera wrote:
> > > What sort of contributions did you have in mind? Would the
> > > "util" library code be moved over to the new library? How
> > > would you imagine it structured?
> I really thought of things that are currently available in libraries
> like Procyon AVRlib.  Stuff from myself I'd consider candidate for
> inclusion in such a library contains:
> . The LCD code from the stdiodemo example.  It's been living in my
>   private tree for a couple of years, and when I published it as part
>   of stdiodemo, I cleaned it up a good bit, and generalized it through
>   macros so it ought to be fairly easy adaptable for other hardware as
>   it is now.  It has been subsequently improved based on user
>   feedback.
> . The one-shot timer code from:
>   http://www.sax.de/~joerg/avr-timer/

This is definitely good stuff to have in such a library. And it doesn't
conflict with future internal projects that I'll be doing.

> . same license as avr-libc to improve re-usability in closed source
>   projects (that's the major distinction from Procyon AVRlib)

I'm open to having the LGPL license on such a library project.
(Definitely not the GPL, though.) I can be persuaded to either the BSD
or LGPL license.


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