where could I find readme.html ?

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This is some contents in Application note.

"A code example is provided with this application note. The code is documented using
the code documentation tool Doxygen to give comprehensive source documentation.
Compiler information and device settings are also included. To access this
documentation, please open the readme.html file found in the code directory, which
will direct a web browser to the html code documentation."

Could you tell me where is the source?
I have no idea. Thank you for reading.

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Last Edited: Mon. Aug 16, 2010 - 09:19 PM
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To allow us to help you, maybe you should tell us about what application note are you talking, almost they have a "Number" or a "Title".

Angelo

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Your document is:
AVR352: Using the Coulomb Counting ADC

Go to the ATMEL AVR Application Example and Algorithms page:
http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product...

Next search for "AVR352".

The AVR352 PDF and software links are located on the above web page:
http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resourc...
http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resourc...

The readme.html file is inside the source code zip file.

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Go to the ATMEL AVR Application Example and Algorithms page:
http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product... ... ily_id=607

The AVR352 PDF and software links are located on the above web page:

For some reason people miss to see the headings of the columns on that page. The heading over the PDFs says "PDF". So far so good. Now, there is another heading called "Software" and this is a heading over a column with disk images/icons. As has been proven by many posts here at AVRfreaks a lot of people do not understand that those disk icons are links to ZIP files with ... uhmm ... the software.

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I miss that other column all the time, even when I know its there. Don't know what it is. Maybe the fact that the headings are generally invisible (off the top of the page)? Also, the PDF icon is generally recognizable and people know is a text+graphics document. And, that other icon?

Jim

 

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And, that other icon?

Uhmm... An optical disk? You know, the stuff we get software on sometimes? (If it had been 1995, and it was an icon of a 3.5" floppy, would you have had the same trouble then?)

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JohanEkdahl wrote:
Uhmm... An optical disk? You know, the stuff we get software on sometimes? (If it had been 1995, and it was an icon of a 3.5" floppy, would you have had the same trouble then?)
CD, or some other optical disk. Which, when you expect a ZIP file, not a CD or DVD ISO image, is not the icon you would expect. And due to its colour that CD icon melts into the background.

Most clever would be to bundle app note and software in one ZIP archive, and only offer that archive for download. And when doing so, using a prominent icon for ZIP files (folder icon in a clamp).

Second most clever idea would be to have a prominent notice at the start of such app notes of the form "You can download the accompanying software here ". Were is clickable and really points to the archive, not some overview page. And have the download (with a ZIP icon) on the app note page, too.

But these CD icons have survived multiple web site redesigns. So someone at Atmel must love them.

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CD icon !! Oh, I was a fool.
Thanks guys!!!!
I appriciate!!