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Labs » Arduino Tool That Connects Each Board to Its Own Source If you create something with Arduino and put it out into the world, there is no well-established link to the source. If you personally made the device, the source can get lost over time. If you didn’t create it, you could have a tough time tracking the source down. You have the physical device, why can’t it tell you where it’s code lives?
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As many of you already know, Minibloq and Multiplo are brother projects. We have been working a lot on Multiplo in the last months, and there is a new website, where we have released a lot of open source mechanical parts 2 weeks ago. These parts has been designed with one important goal: to be fablab compatible. This means that every Multiplo mechanical part can be manufactured using common tools found in the growing community of fablabs and hackerspaces, such as laser cutters, 3D printers and small CNC machines. So we designed them carefully, making them tolerant to differences in the materials, such as variations in the thickness, weight, etc.. There are more parts designed, and we will try to publish them soon.
Eclipse is a free, powerful, and full-featured development environment that can be set up to work with AVR and Arduino. This page is very much a work-in-progress, please feel free to add to it or improve it. This page explains how to setup Eclipse with WinAVR and the Eclipse plugin AVR-eclipse. playground - Eclipse
WinAVR : AVR-GCC for Windows
Graphical programming with the Arduino IDE