Arduino source code for Doug's Word Clock.
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readme.txt

This is the source code for Doug Jacksons wordclock (see
http://www.dougswordclock.com/ and
http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Word-Clock-Arduino-version/). The word clock
is software compatible with an Arduino Duemilanove (see
http://arduino.cc/en/Main/arduinoBoardDuemilanove), but with an ATmega328
instead of an ATmega168.



To compile this source under Linux with the Arduino command line tools, create
the following symlink in the directory where you found this file:

ln -s /usr/share/arduino/hardware/ hardware

Next, enter the wordclock directory. Copy 'settings_example.h' to 'settings.h'
and modify it for your hardware and preferences. Use 'make' to build the source
and 'make upload' to upload the source to the clock.



Have fun :)