EEPROM Crusade - Fixing the games that overwrite reserved EEPROM

by the way, Starduino looks difficult.
What kind of strategy do you have in mind?
not change, reject, or… I don’t have a good idea.

(Starduino’s author/creator will fix it.)


Aww, It’s my mistake. ;D

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I am glad to see this is being done. This sort of maintenance is necessary for the casual users of Arduboy so they don’t be put in a bad spot. I remember reading about not using that area of EEPROM somewhere. It also reminds me that I should probably verify the source code on some of the programs I encounter for this platform. Even though I am new, I know enough to at least check to see if this being done.

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This was a good reminder for me that I needed to get a GitHub account. I don’t know what to do with it yet, but I know I need one.

Whew, nothing like being in quarantine after a coworker got the 'rona to get off one’s butt and go through the bucket list :sweat_smile:

:white_check_mark: Fixed my website… twice. (thank you automated hacking scripts and very secure wordpress /s :face_with_symbols_over_mouth: )
:white_check_mark: Repackaged versions of Starduino with up+down reset and EEPROM fix
:white_check_mark: Updated the links on site & in this Forum
:white_check_mark: @eried Sent you a pull request with fixed ROMs

Whatever happens, it’s been fun. :+1: