Tag Archives: makefile

Arduino Makefile updates

It’s been a while since I announced the release of v1.1.0 of Arduino Makefile. After that we have made 5 releases and have added lot of cool new features and the current version of the project is 1.3.3. In this post, I will try to mention most of the new features and bug fixes that […]

Arduino Makefile v1.1.0 released

After a couple of months of development, I am proud to annouce v1.1.0 of Arduino Makefile. New Features The following are some of the new features in this release Support for ChipKIT 2013 Ability to set fuses without burning a bootloader Ability to specify OPTIMIZATION_FLAGS based on target Support for usbtiny and usbasp In addition […]

Use Arduino as an ISP programmer to program non-Arduino AVR microcontrollers

After reading my recent tutorial on using Arduino code in non-Arduino microcontrollers, one of my readers asked me if it is possible to use Arduino as an ISP programmer to program these micro controllers, instead of using a separate dedicated AVR programmer. The answer is a definite yes and I use it all the time, […]

Arduino Makefile hits v1.0.0

After several months of development, I am proud to announce v1.0.0 of Arduino Makefile. What is Arduino Makefile? It is a set of makefiles for Arduino, that allows you to compile and flash code into Arduinos and also communicate with it through Serial all using the makefile, without opening up the Arduino IDE. This is […]

Compiling Arduino sketches using Makefile

One of the main reasons why Arduino is very popular with beginners is that it is completely self-contained which makes it very easy to use. Once you have an Arduino board, all you have to do is to download the software and within minutes you can make your first led blink. The software has everything […]