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Firmware for the Keyboardio Model 01 and other keyboards with AVR or ARM MCUs.

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Kaleidoscope

Flexible firmware for Arduino-powered keyboards.

This package contains the "core" of Kaleidoscope and a number of example firmware "Sketches".

If you're just getting started with the Keyboardio Model 01, the introductory docs are here and the source for the basic firmware package is here: https://github.com/keyboardio/Model01-Firmware. It's probably a good idea to start there, learn how to modify your keymap and maybe turn some modules on or off, and then come back to the full repository when you have more complex changes in mind.

Getting Started

Setup the Arduino IDE

Setup the Arduino IDE on your system. Make sure you install at least version 1.8.6, since older version may not support all required features.

Get into the right directory

macOS

mkdir -p $HOME/Documents/Arduino/hardware
cd $HOME/Documents/Arduino/hardware

Linux

mkdir -p $HOME/Arduino/hardware
cd $HOME/Arduino/hardware

Windows (Assuming cmd)

mkdir %userprofile%\Documents\Arduino\hardware
cd %userprofile%\Documents\Arduino\hardware

Install the libraries and hardware definitions

Clone the hardware definitions

Because git for Windows doesn't always have symlink support enabled by default, you may need to enable it for Kaleidoscope. To do that, add '-c core.symlinks=true' to your commandline. On all other platforms, that option is safe, but not necessary, as symlinks should work by default.

git clone -c core.symlinks=true --recursive https://github.com/keyboardio/Kaleidoscope-Bundle-Keyboardio.git keyboardio

Build the Kaleidoscope Firmware for your keyboard

(This part assumes you're building firmware for the Keyboardio Model 01)

# Go to your device firmware directory
cd keyboardio/avr/libraries/Model01-Firmware

Build your firmware!

make

Install your firmware

make flash

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