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Old 12-07-2017, 04:18 AM   #901
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Default Re: ESR meter upgrades

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ignore that firmware - it's done it's job.
now i know how your display is wired, i can make a "real" firmware later.
Thank you stj for your patience much appreciated.
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Default Re: ESR meter upgrades

I'm still trying to figure out how to compile my own custom build. I have a windows 7 computer with WinAVR installed. I have the following files-

Makefile (16MHz)

I understand all the options in the makefile, I just have no clue as to where to go after I make the changes I want.

I'm using the build that stj made for me with the lipo battery warning settings but it only uses half of the screen for some reason. I really want to learn this stuff. I have a second AY-AT kit and the display seems a little different, I want o make a build for that too.
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Default Re: ESR meter upgrades

You must download the source code.
It's at this URL:
Here would be the example command on a Linux machine with SVN installed:
svn checkout svn://
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