Updating a firmware to format tool
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It also compiles with Arduino IDE and/or using a Makefile.
After each change to the firmware configuration you have to repeat just these last two steps.It was Rep Rap's first firmware to feature acceleration, the first being ported to an ARM-based controller and continues to be excellent at what it does.Teacup is known to run on RAMPS, Generation 7 Electronics, Sinap Tec, the Teensy2, Teensy3, Generation 6 Electronics, Sanguinololu, Generation 3 Electronics, Nano Heart and for all other Rep Rap controllers it should be a matter of adjusting the pin mapping to get it running. It avoids C++ in favour of plain C, uses 100% integer math and works very hard to minimize/eliminate long math operations in interrupt context.As a result, it offers optimum precision over a wider range (integer = 31 bit, float = 23 bit), it's only half the binary size of similarly featured firmwares, runs on about any ATmega and several ARM microcontrollers, and can still be tailored to run on controllers as small as the ATmega168.Teacup Firmware comes with Teacup Configtool, a nice GUI which makes configuration, calibration, building and uploading very easy.Once such a topic reaches satisfactory results, these branches are cherry-picked to experimental.
Unless regressions appear, they're further forwared to master after a month or two. The concept of topic branches means, we do not merge. Instead we follow more recent development by rebasing these topic branches to experimental.
Then we cherry-pick good commits from the topic branch to experimental and refine the topic branch further.
With the first upload done, you can start testing and using Configtool for adjusting and calibrating the printer. Much easier than wrestling with obscure M-codes and also makes sure your controller is always working at maximum performance.
If you intend to change more than just the configuration, there are a few things you should consider.
Especially the use of Git, which makes it very easy to jump between branches and also to fetch changes provided by others.
Before you report a bug, please try the experimental branch first. Development happens in topic branches, so if your bug got fixed, it may well happen you're asked to checkout such a topic branch for testing.