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Old 06-30-2008, 03:47 PM   #41 (permalink)
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What I need are a pwm_init(), pwm_write_data() and pwm_read_data() I guess, all the remaining should works as it is.

We could also put our code in the CVS repositery of sourceforge with the others opengauge guys at SourceForge.net: OpenGauge

I will take a look at the google project thing.

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ok, I'm still working on the pwm_read, the pwm_init and pwm_write should work, I'll wait til I get the read figured out, then I'll put it up in the repository or whatevs.
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I've got an opengauge in both sourceforge and google, sourceforge uses CVS for SCM, and google uses SVN for SCM. CVS is tightly integrated with eclipse which is why I like it, AND apparenty you can integrate arduino development in eclipse too. But I think google and SVN are gaining in popularity. So you all decide where is best for obduino, I can create a obduino in sourceforge no problem, but don't know about google yet.
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Subversion (SVN) all the way.

Of course, Git is another option (using github.com)

I would say that Subversion is definitely taking over CVS in the open-source source code control systems.
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Ok, I think I just figured out enough SVN to be useful (using tortoiseSVN). PM Me the google IDs for the project members and I'll add 'em if you like.

Added a obduino directory and a mpguino directory (and checked in the latest mpguino code) under trunk:

http://code.google.com/p/opengauge/source/browse
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Im still waiting on my parts. Is anyone else delayed in getting there MCZ33290EF from freescale? They tell me my order is still pending.
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dcb: I made an obduino project at google, I didn't know you already had one
obduino - Google Code
I will cancel it to join your project

tom43571: same here, it says "pending" for a week now...

EDIT: Freescale told me:

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Your order is picked and ready to ship, you will receive an email with the tracking information.
Sorry for the delay but we are in the process of changing shipping locations.
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Ok, I added you to the admin tab on opengauge - Google Code so you can add members for the obduino project as you see fit.
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would you please add me to the project so that I can log in also
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thanks dcb, I added the source in the trunk

tom: you're a member now.

n8thegr8: PM me your email and I'll add you.

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