Re: Files clean-up in Windows PHSNA folder
On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 10:21 AM, Pravinkumar nivar_p@... [PHSNA] <PHSNA@...> wrote:
I got rid of all the .exe and .ino files that aren't needed. I think there's a good reason to leave the old versions for a short time, in case there's an unforeseen bug or incompatibility with a certain system. But after a couple weeks, they should go.
This would introduce some added complexity as I don't think Yahoo Groups allows nested folders and I want everything needed for the Windows PHSNA software to be in one folder. I could put the two in a common folder and then zip it and add the zip, but again you remove some complexity and add some more back.
To help users who are totally new to Arduino, I added a file called ARDUINO_HOW_TO.TXT with some very basic step by step info. Of course it's impossible to cover every problem that could crop up.
There is no requirement to do anything with the source code but load it into the Arduino IDE and send it to the Arduino. The main file does have a comment regarding changing the flag for AD9850 versus AD9851. This is not mandatory and is only there because I wanted the DDS/Arduino portion of the hardware to come up running on a defined frequency even without the Windows program.