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#1573 OneWire ALPHA

Posted by Antioch on 31 August 2010 - 06:03 PM in Beta Firmware and Drivers

Chris, I completely understand your concerns, and I agree. Personally, I would prefer using SecretLabs...Netduino namespace to indicate what the code is for, not whom it is developed by


I agree. Especially if the SecretLabs people will take this code and insert it into the official firmware in which case the code will certainly be "officially" from SecretLabs.



#378 Ethernet Shield from nuelectronics

Posted by Antioch on 13 August 2010 - 10:09 PM in Netduino 2 (and Netduino 1)

Me personally? No features I'm looking for. I have an old Atmel board tossing around somewhere I wrote some simple C code for a few years ago. This netduino looks interesting in that it's built on the .net foundation. I was reading elsewhere about the lack of 1-wire bus support on the netduino, though. This seemed to be due to the use of the .net framework and the inability for it to deliver strict timing delays. I guess you'd need to get the C++ integration you mentioned to get 1-wire support? Either way, the Netduino is an interesting idea - relatively cheap, and looks like it could pack many hours of fun due to the C# ease-of-use factor.



#322 Preview of Mono support

Posted by Antioch on 12 August 2010 - 09:48 PM in Mono

Waiting on this before I grab a Netduino. I prefer developing in Linux. Eagerly waiting, Antioch ;)



#321 Ethernet Shield from nuelectronics

Posted by Antioch on 12 August 2010 - 09:47 PM in Netduino 2 (and Netduino 1)

This seems to be the biggest problem with Netduino to me. There are currently many, many, many drivers for a plethora of devices out there written in C that can be easily #include'd into an Arduino project (or your own DIY AVR tool-chain). There are probably not many that you can just use in Netduino/C#. Maybe in a few years this will change?




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