Commit 31274870 authored by Dean Camera's avatar Dean Camera
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Added better module summaries.

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* as a USB microphone. Incoming audio from the ADC channel 1 will
* be sampled and sent to the host computer.
*
* To use, connect a microphone to the ADC channel 2.
* To use, connect a microphone to the ADC channel 1.
*
* Under Windows, if a driver request dialogue pops up, select the option
* to automatically install the appropriate drivers.
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# the time of a run. So in most cases it will be better to enable call graphs
# for selected functions only using the \callgraph command.
CALL_GRAPH = YES
CALL_GRAPH = NO
# If the CALLER_GRAPH and HAVE_DOT tags are set to YES then
# doxygen will generate a caller dependency graph for every global function
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* - None
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the control of physical board GPIO buttons.
* Hardware buttons driver. This provides an easy to use driver for the hardware buttons present on many boards.
* It provides a way to easily configure and check the status of all the buttons on the board so that appropriate
* actions can be taken.
*
* If the BOARD value is set to BOARD_USER, this will include the /Board/Dataflash.h file in the user project
* directory. Otherwise, it will include the appropriate built in board driver header file.
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* - None
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the control of board Dataflash ICs.
* Dataflash driver. This module provides an easy to use interface for the Dataflash ICs located on many boards,
* for the storage of large amounts of data into the Dataflash's non-volatile memory.
*
* If the BOARD value is set to BOARD_USER, this will include the /Board/Dataflash.h file in the user project
* directory. Otherwise, it will include the appropriate built in board driver header file.
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* - None
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the control of board joystick.
* Hardware Joystick driver. This module provides an easy to use interface to control the hardware digital Joystick
* located on many boards.
*
* If the BOARD value is set to BOARD_USER, this will include the /Board/Dataflash.h file in the user project
* directory. Otherwise, it will include the appropriate built in board driver header file.
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* - None
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the control of board LEDs.
* Hardware LEDs driver. This provides an easy to use driver for the hardware LEDs present on many boards. It
* provides an interface to configure, test and change the status of all the board LEDs.
*
* If the BOARD value is set to BOARD_USER, this will include the /Board/Dataflash.h file in the user project
* directory. Otherwise, it will include the appropriate built in board driver header file.
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* - LUFA/Drivers/Board/Temperature.c
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the control of board temperature sensors.
* Temperature sensor driver. This provides an easy to use interface for the hardware temperature sensor located
* on many boards. It provides an interface to configure the sensor and appropriate ADC channel, plus read out the
* current temperature in degrees C. It is designed for and will only work with the temperature sensor located on the
* official Atmel USB AVR boards, as each sensor has different characteristics.
*
* @{
*/
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* - None
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the setup of a the ADC subsystem.
* Hardware ADC driver. This module provides an easy to use driver for the hardware
* ADC present on many AVR models, for the conversion of analogue signals into the
* digital domain.
*/
#ifndef __ADC_H__
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* - None
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the setup of a the SPI port.
* Driver for the hardware SPI port avaliable on most AVR models. This module provides
* an easy to use driver for the setup of and transfer of data over the AVR's SPI port.
*
* @{
*/
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* - LUFA/Drivers/Peripheral/Serial.c
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the setup of the USART for serial communications.
* Hardware serial USART driver. This module provides an easy to use driver for
* the setup of and transfer of data over the AVR's USART port.
*
* @{
*/
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* - LUFA/Drivers/USB/HighLevel/ConfigDescriptor.c
*
* \section Module Description
* Functions, macros, variables, enums and types related to the management of USB communications.
* Driver and framework for the USB controller hardware on the USB series of AVR microcontrollers. This module
* consists of many submodules, and is designed to provide an easy way to configure and control USB host, device
* or OTG mode USB applications.
*/
/** \ingroup Group_USB
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* -# Re-enable Host mode Class driver builds after completion
* -# Update Host mode Class Driver demo .txt files
* - Add standardized descriptor names to device and host class driver structures
* - Add in INTERRUPT_CONTROL_PIPE to use HSOFI to trigger calls to the host state machine
* - Debug mode for pipe/endpoint calls
*
* <b>Targeted for Future Releases:</b>
* - Remake AVRStudio project files
* - Add detailed overviews of how each demo works
* - Master LUFA include file rather than per-module includes
* - Stream reads - return number of bytes not read?
* - Convert CDC demos to use stdio streams?
* - Add multiple-report HID demo to the library
* - Add dual role Mouse Host/Keyboard Device demo to the library
* - Add hub support to match Atmel's stack
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* - CAMTRIG, a remote Camera Trigger device: http://code.astraw.com/projects/motmot/camtrig
* - Opendous-JTAG, an open source JTAG device: http://code.google.com/p/opendous-jtag/
* - Openkubus, an open source hardware-based authentication dongle: http://code.google.com/p/openkubus/
* - Orbee, a USB connected RGB Orb for notifications: http://www.franksworkshop.com.au/Electronics/Orbee/Orbee.htm
* - Reprap with LUFA, a LUFA powered 3D printer: http://code.google.com/p/at90usb1287-code-for-arduino-and-eclipse/
* - SEGA Megadrive/Genesis Development Cartridge: http://www.spritesmind.net/_GenDev/forum/viewtopic.php?t=464
* - Stripe Snoop, a Magnetic Card reader: http://www.ossguy.com/ss_usb/
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/** \page Page_LibraryApps Included Library Applications
*
* The LUFA library ships with several different host and device demos, located in the /Demos/ subdirectory.
* If this directory is missing, please re-download the project from the project homepage. Within this directory the demos
* are seperated by USB mode (Device, Host, OTG) and further seperated by the use or non-use of the library USB Class drivers.
* The LUFA library ships with several different host and device demos, located in the /Demos/ subdirectory. Within this
* directory the demos are seperated by USB mode (Device, Host, OTG) and further seperated by the use or non-use of the
* library USB Class drivers (which abstract out the actual implementation of the USB classes to simplify development even
* further at the expense of a loss of flexibility).
*
* With one or two exceptions (e.g. proprietary classes such as RNDIS) all the included demos will work across all OSes without
* the need for special drivers. One Windows, some demos require the supplied .INF file to be used as the device driver, which
* directs the OS to use its inbuilt class drivers for the device.
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* For author and donation information, see \ref Page_Donating.
*
* LUFA is an open-source USB library for the USB-enabled AVR microcontrollers, released under the MIT license. It supports
* a large number of USB AVR models and boards (see \ref Page_DeviceSupport).
* a large number of USB AVR models and boards (see \ref Page_DeviceSupport). It is designed to provide an easy to use, feature
* rich framework for the development of USB peripherals and hosts.
*
* LUFA focuses on the microcontroller side of USB development only; it includes no host USB driver development facilities. While
* custom USB devices can be made with LUFA, the included demos all use the inbuilt OS drivers for each USB class for simplicity.
*
* The library is currently in a stable release, suitable for download and incorporation into user projects for
* both host and device modes. For information about the project progression, check out my blog.
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*
* Once you have built an application, you will need a way to program in the resulting ".HEX" file (and, if your
* application uses EEPROM variables with initial values, also a ".EEP" file) into your USB AVR. Normally, the
* reprogramming an AVR device must be performed using a special piece of programming hardware, through one of the
* reprogramming of an AVR device must be performed using a special piece of programming hardware, through one of the
* supported AVR programming protocols - ISP, HVSP, HVPP, JTAG or dW. This can be done through a custom programmer,
* a third party programmer, or an official Atmel AVR tool - for more information, see the Atmel.com website.
*
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