Last spring I published a project named "Open Bluetooth Intents" (OBI).
It's a bluetooth library that works with Amarino-Embed -- which eventually
will be consumed into OBI.
Right now the only code it contains is firmware for Amarino-like
communication at https://github.com/tenaciousRas/open-bluetooth-intents.
The firmware allows for Amarino sketches that use pins besides the default
The firmware is derived from Amarino but does _not_ extend the Print class.
It *compiles* for the example sketches that accompany the code, but with
one caveat (below). The firmware should work on Arduino 022 and lower, if
necessary, but that's not tested. It even has a "HelloAmarinoWorld"
The caveat is: the examples _only work_ if I wrestle with having
SoftwareSerial.h on the $PATH (unix). I just verified this and pushed an
update. That's where I could use some help to get this across the finish
line -- fix the #include path problem and help with testing and/or bugfixes.
Would anybody be able to test the firmware, or offer suggestions as to why
I have to wrestle with the include path? Right now it's hardcoded for an
Arduino 1.0.1 installation on OS X. I've already tried the usual C-style
"include-path-fixes", I think. Would anybody be interested in forming a
Github team to collaborate on the project? As stated in a recent post, I
have a roadmap that includes the Android side of things and much more.