Commit b2de4519 authored by Dean Camera's avatar Dean Camera
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Add new temp LUFA project logo to the manual.

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* - Teensy and Teensy++, two other AVR USB development boards:
* - USBFoo, an AT90USB162 based development board:
* - USB10 AKA "The Ferret", a AT90USB162 development board:
* - Benito #7, a no-frills USB board:
* \section Sec_LUFAProjects Projects Using LUFA (Hobbyist)
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* can be incorporated into many different applications.
* - Stripe Snoop, a Magnetic Card reader:
* - Benito #7, an AVR Programmer:
* - Bicycle POV:
* - USB Interface for Playstation Portable Devices:
* - USB to Serial Bridge, via SPI and I2C:
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* \mainpage General Information
* \mainpage
* Lightweight USB Framework for AVRs Library, written by Dean Camera.
* \n
* \image html LUFA.gif "The Lightweight USB Framework for AVRs"
* \n
* Originally based on the AT90USBKEY from Atmel, it is an open-source USB library for the USB-enabled AVR
* For author and donation information, see \ref Page_Donating.
* Originally based on the AT90USBKEY from Atmel, LUFA is an open-source USB library for the USB-enabled AVR
* microcontrollers, released under the MIT license. It now supports a large number of USB AVR models and boards.
* The library is currently in a stable release, suitable for download and incorporation into user projects for
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* library API more streamlined and robust. You can download AVR-GCC for free in a convenient windows package,
* from the the WinAVR website.
* \section Sec_Demos Demos, Projects and Bootloaders
* 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.
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* <b>Subsections:</b>
* - \subpage Page_Licence Project License
* - \subpage Page_Donating Donating to Support this Project
* <small><i>Logo design by Pavla Dlab</i></small>
/** \file
* This file contains special DoxyGen information for the generation of the main page and other special
* documentation pages. It is not a project source file.
/** \page Page_SchedulerOverview LUFA Scheduler Overview
* The LUFA library comes with a small, basic round-robbin scheduler which allows for small "tasks" to be executed
* continuously in sequence, and enabled/disabled at runtime. Unlike a conventional, complex RTOS scheduler, the
* LUFA scheduler is very simple in design and operation and is essentially a loop conditionally executing a series
* of functions.
* Each LUFA scheduler task should be written similar to an ISR; it should execute quickly (so that no one task
* hogs the processor, preventing another from running before some sort of timeout is exceeded). Unlike normal RTOS
* tasks, each LUFA scheduler task is a regular function, and thus must be designed to be called, and designed to
* return to the calling scheduler function repeatedly. Data which must be preserved between task calls should be
* declared as global or (preferably) as a static local variable inside the task.
* The scheduler consists of a task list, listing all the tasks which can be executed by the scheduler. Once started,
* each task is then called one after another, unless the task is stopped by another running task or interrupt.
* If desired, the LUFA scheduler <b>does not need to be used</b> in a LUFA powered application. A more conventional
* approach to application design can be used, or a proper scheduling RTOS inserted in the place of the LUFA scheduler.
* In the case of the former the USB task must be run manually repeatedly to maintain USB communications, and in the
* case of the latter a proper RTOS task must be set up to do the same.
* For more information on the LUFA scheduler, see the Scheduler.h file documentation.
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