LCD support added in Searduino

I’ve bought some Arduino HW to play around with over Christmas. One of the things I bought was an LCD. After a while i realised LCD support was missing in Searduino[1] so I hacked one. Read more about it here:

http://searduino.wordpress.com/2013/12/28/partial-lcd-support-in-searduino-not-complete-but-ready-for-use/

I will start looking into the photo resistors, led matrices, … and all the other stuff I bought. Perhaps more will come in Searduino? How about a generic way to write your own simulated hardware with a nice GUI, e g write a photo resistor simulator that uses the Analog Input.

BTW; I am using VMM[2] from TestingMachine[3] to build Searduino (nightly builds and tests) on Raspberry Pis. More on this another day.

[1] http://searduino.wordpress.com/

[2] https://github.com/tis-innovation-park/tm-vmm

[3] https://testingmachine.eu/

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