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-====== Latest Build ======+====== ​Download the Latest Build ======
  
-This page is only visible to registered users in the "​chord"​ group. 
  
 +===== BLE Chorder Feb. 2016 =====
 +I have been using a chorder built using the [[https://​learn.adafruit.com/​adafruit-feather-32u4-bluefruit-le/​overview|Adafruit Feather 32u4 Bluefruit LE]].  This version of the chorder is documented in the [[:​featherchorder]] section of this wiki. The board has the LiPo charger and BLE transceiver built in, so all that is required is attaching the keys, an on/off switch, plugging in the battery and programming it (over a standard micro usb cable). ​ For a schematic and more details please check out [[:​featherchorder]]. ​
 +<box 60% red round | **Download the Latest BLE Build**>
 +{{https://​github.com/​clc/​chorder|https://​github.com/​clc/​chorder}}
 +</​box|Thanks to Charles Chen for this version! >
  
-<box 100% red round | **Latest Build**> 
-{{spiffchorder:​chorder.tar.bz2|chorder.tar.bz2}} 
-</​box|md5 0fcefc2a543bde72f2702420236c765f>​ 
  
 +===== Bluetooth Chorder =====
  
 +The Bluetooth version of the chorder I used prior to the BLE version above. ​ Unless you need a non-BLE solution this has been superceded by the [[:​featherchorder]].
 +Download then rename to btchorder_rawkeys.pde
  
 +<box 60% red round | **Download the 2013 BT Build**>
 +{{spiffchorder:​btchorder_rawkeys.pde-2013-06-12.txt|BT Chorder 2013-06-12}}
 +</​box|md5 f50f55cc7a242188787ee48abd8b1d95 >
 +
 +===== USB Spiffchorder =====
 +
 +This is the current release of all the code for the spiffchorder.
 +
 +Any new releases will appear first at http://​sourceforge.net/​projects/​spiffchorder/ ​ and shortly there after be mirrored here.
 +
 +<box 60% red round | **Download the Latest USB Build**>
 +{{spiffchorder:​spiffchorder-0.99.zip|SpiffChorder-0.99.zip}}
 +</​box|md5 17e8ce1b4c854f799ab64f0550c7ebdd >
 +
 +<​file>​
 +SpiffChorder-0.99.zip (stable) released.
 +
 +Version 0.99 - released 2012-01-25
 +----------------------------------
 +Changes since 0.98:
 +
 + * Included (patched) USBaspLoader in distribution.
 + * Included patch from Christian Starkjohann for better hardware portability.
 + * Changed to GNU GPL v3 license.
 + * Updated to latest V-USB driver (vusb-20120109.zip).
 + * Moved code to sourceforge.net.
 +</​file>​
 +
 +
 +<box 60% red round | **Download the Previous Build**>
 +{{spiffchorder:​spiffchorder-0.98.zip|SpiffChorder-0.98.zip}}
 +
 +</​box|md5 64145092728adf5328579379ec56e499 >
 +
 +
 +<​file>​
 +
 +$Id: license.txt 10 2008-03-07 20:​50:​44Z ​ $
 +
 +Spaceman Spiff'​s Chording Keyboard Experiment is based on the HIDkeys ​
 +application of Objective Development Software GmbH, and their 
 +distributed AVR-USB firmware only driver. The directory usbdrv ​
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 +  `Gnomovision'​ (which makes passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.
 +
 +  <​signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1989
 +  Ty Coon, President of Vice
 +
 +This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into
 +proprietary programs. ​ If your program is a subroutine library, you may
 +consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with the
 +library. ​ If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Library General
 +Public License instead of this License.
 +</​file>​
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