I’m not sure if I’m allowed to ask this here since we don’t really have an ‘off-topic’ area here (unless the ‘community’ area counts?) and nobody has done anything similar before, but this will eventually benefit the Pokitto*.
Basically I have a library I wrote called FixedPoints (specifically FixedPointsArduino) and from time to time I get people saying that it doesn’t work on certain boards (typically ones I don’t own) because of a misinformed decision I made just before publishing it.
Unfortunately people have a habit of raising an issue and then not hanging around long enough to see it through to the end.
I find myself in that situation once again.
Long story short, all I need is someone who has an Arduino Due (or possibly other SAM boards, I’m not sure how similar they are) to download the master branch and run the example to confirm that my fixes work properly.
* This will benefit the Pokitto because eventually I’m going to make a more general purpose version which will hopefully work on both normal computers and the Pokitto. I’m using the Arduino-specific version as a testbed to fling things at the wall and see what sticks.