Using a Raspberry Pi to program an ATTiny10/9/5/4

Using a Raspberry Pi to program an ATTiny10/9/5/4


Using a Raspberry Pi to program an ATTiny4/5/9/10. But, mostly the $0.25 ATTiny10. And, not necessarily a Raspberry Pi, but anything with GPIOs!

Yep. It works. At least tested pretty thoroughly with my ATTiny10. It can also read all the memories AND run timings against the AVR to do processor clock calibration, as well as fuses and manual poking to flash en post to allow for custom configuration.

This was actually written in two days for Unit-E Technologies and is made available freely. This project is licensable via the newbsd license.

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