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Using Other LanguagesMost projects use Arduino with Teensyduino extensions, or C language to program Teensy. However, a number of other options are available.
PJRC has not tested these programs. Most of the information on this page is contributed by users. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any additions or corrections which should apply to this page.MSC Electronics. The software reasonably priced, but only runs on Windows. Use the following definition files:
$regfile = "m32U4def.dat" $crystal = 16000000 Led1 Alias Portd.6 Config Led1 = Output Config Clockdiv = 1 Do Toggle Led1 Waitms 100 Loop End
Thanks to Daniel Schemann for testing BASCOM and providing these instructions.
BASCOM: Using Teensy Loader
If you now press Compile (F7) in Bascom the HEX file will automatically uploaded to the Teensy
BASCOM: Using Command Line LoaderFirst you need to download the command line application. Next setup the programmer in Bascom, as shown:
Depending on the Teensy you use you need to verify that the right -mmcu option is set in parametersmodified Arduino code allows Teensy to work with LabVIEW's Arduino library.
Special thanks to Nicholas Ross for testing and providing these LabVIEW images:
Python-on-a-chip project supports Teensy++, including multiple stackless threads. open-sourced by Ward Cunningham. Typically a stream of very short Txtzyme programs are read over USB, executed and then discarded as more are on the way.
This picture shows a jQuery client talking JSONP to a Sinatra (Ruby) server talking Txtzyme to Teensy turn on Teensy's LED.
Waiting for feedback from Shigeru Kobayashi.AttoBASIC is a minimal BASIC intepreter and shell. Teensy should be programmed with "ATTOBASICV211_M32u4-16MHZ-usb_nobtldr.hex".