Aversive, libraries and framework for AVR microcontrollers
Aversive is a GPL development framework for Atmel AVR microcontrolers. Its aim is to provide easy-to-use tools for developing a C application for these microcontrolers. Our goal is to provide portable (on every AVR devices) and small libraries that are useful for starting a new project with an AVR device.
- Dev guide/FAQ
- Modules Documentation under working.
- Documentation about the control system engine in Aversive.
- Source documentation (generated with doxygen, not very useful currently)
Last stable is Aversive 1.1 ; I advice to use the daily snapshot if you want latest features.
Who uses Aversive ?
- Eirbot (since 2006)
- Esial Robotik 2007
- Projet & Tech' 2008 (they ported a part of Aversive for 8051, hosted in a FPGA)
- NASA ....or not ;)
The aversive Team
The Aversive source tree
This is the content of Aversive tarball :
+-config -> files related to aversive configuration | +-config/fuses_defs -> fuse names and help | +-config/gen_headers -> dirty scripts for generating some .h | +-config/scripts -> project configuration scripts (imported | from linux-2.4 kernel) | +-include -> generic Aversive include files, that are | not related to a module | +-mk -> Aversive Makefiles (project, module, and | templates) | +-modules -> modules directory. A "module" is a small | | library that provide a specific | | functionnality | +-modules/base -> common modules, frequently used | +-modules/comm -> communication modules (uart, spi, i2c, ...) | +-modules/crypto -> modules for cryptographic operations | +-modules/debug -> helper modules for debugging | +-modules/devices -> modules related to a device that is not | | part of an Atmel AVR (lcd, motors, ...) | +-modules/encoding -> buffer conversion (base64, hamming) | +-modules/hardware -> generic interfaces module for specific AVR | | hardware (timers, ADC, ...) | +-modules/ihm -> Human-machine interface modules (menu, and | probably a future CLI) | +-projects -> Project examples (to be enhanced) +-projects/example1 +-projects/example2
You can send a mail to our mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you want to subscribe to it, send a mail to email@example.com with a subject of "subscribe". This list is mainly french-speaking.
The archive of the mailing list are available at gmane.
You can also have a look at the Aversive/Devguide if you want to have more informations about developing in Aversive.