Commit 1f1bd69b authored by Dean Camera's avatar Dean Camera
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Minor documentation and formatting updates.

parent 94f5f31f
......@@ -113,4 +113,4 @@ LUFA_SRC_ALL_FILES := $(LUFA_SRC_USB) \
$(LUFA_SRC_TEMPERATURE) \
$(LUFA_SRC_SERIAL) \
$(LUFA_SRC_TWI) \
$(LUFA_SRC_PLATFORM)
$(LUFA_SRC_PLATFORM)
......@@ -15,14 +15,15 @@
* For details on the prerequisites needed for Linux and Windows machines to be able to use the LUFA
* build system, see \ref Sec_Prerequisites.
*
* To use a LUFA build system module, simply add an include to your project makefile:
* To use a LUFA build system module, simply add an include to your project makefile. All user projects
* should at a minimum include \ref Page_BuildModule_CORE for base functionality:
* \code
* include $(LUFA_PATH)/Build/lufa_core.mk
* \endcode
*
* And the associated build module targets will be added to your project's build makefile automatically.
* To call a build target, run <tt>make {TARGET_NAME}</tt> from the command line, substituting in
* the appropriate target name.
* Once included in your project makefile, the associated build module targets will be added to your
* project's build makefile targets automatically. To call a build target, run <tt>make {TARGET_NAME}</tt>
* from the command line, substituting in the appropriate target name.
*
* \see \ref Sec_AppConfigParams for a copy of the sample LUFA project makefile.
*
......@@ -49,7 +50,7 @@
*
* The BUILD LUFA build system module, providing targets for the compilation,
* assembling and linking of an application from source code into binary files
* suitable for programming into a target device.
* suitable for programming into a target device, using the GCC compiler.
*
* To use this module in your application makefile, add the following code:
* \code
......@@ -57,7 +58,7 @@
* \endcode
*
* \section SSec_BuildModule_BUILD_Requirements Requirements
* This module requires the the architecture appropriate binaries of the GCC compiler are available in your
* This module requires the the architecture appropriate binaries of the GCC compiler are available in your
* system's <b>PATH</b> variable. The GCC compiler and associated toolchain is distributed in Atmel AVR Studio
* 5.x and Atmel Studio 6.x installation directories, as well as in many third party distribution packages.
*
......@@ -381,7 +382,7 @@
* \section SSec_BuildModule_AVRDUDE_Requirements Requirements
* This module requires the <tt>avrdude</tt> utility to be available in your system's <b>PATH</b>
* variable. The <tt>avrdude</tt> utility is distributed in the old WinAVR project releases for
* Windows (<a>winavr.sourceforge.net</a>) or can be installed on *nix systems via the project's
* Windows (<a>http://winavr.sourceforge.net</a>) or can be installed on *nix systems via the project's
* source code (<a>https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/avrdude</a>) or through the package manager.
*
* \section SSec_BuildModule_AVRDUDE_Targets Targets
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