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Mike C bdf9408a5d Cleaned up some of the DUE/Mega conditions; shuffled around sd card code a little bit 9 years ago
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Libraries Updated to use new SD and Serial libraries designed to run <=115200 baud 9 years ago
Config.cpp Fixed implementation of splash graphic on boot, minor tweaks 9 years ago
Config.h Updated to use new SD and Serial libraries designed to run <=115200 baud 9 years ago
Project.cpp Added timeout management screen 9 years ago
Project.h Cleaned up some of the DUE/Mega conditions; shuffled around sd card code a little bit 9 years ago
README.md Updated README markdown to fix heading 9 years ago
RTClib.cpp Initial addition of RTC code -- debugging enabled due to this code being untested 9 years ago
RTClib.h Initial addition of RTC code -- debugging enabled due to this code being untested 9 years ago
UI.cpp Updated to use new SD and Serial libraries designed to run <=115200 baud 9 years ago
UI.h Added TX/RX status via blinking button LED's when UI is timed out/off 9 years ago
UIButton.cpp Updated to use new SD and Serial libraries designed to run <=115200 baud 9 years ago
UIButton.h Make compile, finish button programming -- Still mid-refactor 9 years ago
UIJoystickPSP.cpp Updated to use new SD and Serial libraries designed to run <=115200 baud 9 years ago
UIJoystickPSP.h Added header guards 9 years ago
UILCD.cpp Cleaned up some of the DUE/Mega conditions; shuffled around sd card code a little bit 9 years ago
UILCD.h Fixed implementation of splash graphic on boot, minor tweaks 9 years ago
Universal_Serial_Adapter.ino Cleaned up some of the DUE/Mega conditions; shuffled around sd card code a little bit 9 years ago

README.md

Arduino Universal Serial Adapter

Sketch

This sketch currently only shows the four serial modes and uses S1-S3 to select the current mode.

A trailing * after the mode indicates the current mode

Button Map: S1: Up S2: Select/Enter S3: Down

Serial Modes: Phone UART DB9 Normal DB9 Null Modem Cisco console