Graphic User Int: AVR Config help

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Hello everybody.

I've been searching for a way to do this for days, the forum, online..ect.

I want to create a utility in C# that allows a user to upload new firmware via bootloader to an atmega, but also give the option of a graphical user interface that allows to trim various setting on the accelerometer sensor. Sensitivity/threshold type stuff, without having the user type in the variables in the original code.

Any point in the right direction for literature/examples would be of great appreciation.

Last Edited: Mon. Mar 7, 2011 - 05:15 AM
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What do you have so far? What works? What doesn't? Want to post what you have?

Imagecraft compiler user

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Nothing, regrettably. I have not figured out how to do this yet, other than thinking I could use my GUI program to quickly save a CPP file, do a command line compile and upload.

I'm figuring theres a better way like just writing to the eeprom or progmem for the user config.

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From what I'm gathering I want my microcontroller to wait some amount of time before going into it's regular program to see if there is a handshake and if there is a handshake then writing values to the eeprom.

Thanks for bearing with me. I've gone from my first fisherprice arduino to writing my own fuse bits in avr studio and this community has been of great help in many ways.

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@dshay: Take a look at the source code and user interface at
https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

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Stevech, Thank you!