The reference is the exhaustive description of the whole library's API, with a description of every module. All you need to know in order to make your project is here.
Carbide— helper functions when using the standard Carbide board
Core, clocks and power management
Core— interrupts, SysTick, reset, …
DMA— Direct Memory Access
BPM— Power management
BSCIF— Clock management
Flash— Access to internal Flash memory
GPIO— General purpose digital input/output pins
ADC— Analog voltage input
DAC— Analog voltage output
GLOC— Glue logic (truth tables) controller
EIC— External interrupts controller
USART— Serial port
I2C— simple and common communication bus
SPI— quick communication protocol
USB— Host and device USB communication
TC— Generic timer/counters, useful for PWM
AST— Asynchronous Timer, used by
WDT— Watchdog timer
Modules below are not based on a peripheral in the microcontroller but are instead common-use classes that can be used to speed up development. They are compiled using the
UTILS_MODULES option in the Makefile.
RingBuffer— Ring buffer implementation
Servo— Helper class to control a servomotor
This tutorial explains how to install everything you need, how to build your first project and how to flash it to the microcontroller. You should start here!
This is a more advanced read for those who want to know how the library works and how to customize it. It is by no means necessary to make something great with libtungsten.