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To the extent possible, consider the _examples_ in this repository as released
into the Public Domain.
Where that is not possible, consider the _examples_ released under your choice of the following licenses.
* MIT
* ISC
* Apache2
* X11
* BSD 2 clause
libopencm3 _itself_ is of course under its own license. (LGPLv3)

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# libopencm3-miniblink
This repository contains miniblink examples for any and all boards we can find.
It is intended to be a basic starting point for people who want to test that
their compiler toolchain, flash programming and/or debugger are all working as
expected.
It contains _only_ basic blinky examples, one for each board. If you are
looking for full examples that setup complicated clocks, or use onboard
peripherals, you are in the *wrong* place.
# Next steps
If you _are_ looking for more complicated examples, the [Original libopencm3-examples](http://github.com/libopencm3/libopencm3-examples)
is still relevant, though it's not well maintained, particularly for newer hardware.
Other places to look are the [USB Gadget-Zero Tests](https://github.com/libopencm3/libopencm3/tree/master/tests/gadget-zero) are also good at testing your USB hardware. You may also find interesting pieces at https://github.com/karlp/libopencm3-tests and there's also a showcase listed on https://github.com/libopencm3/libopencm3/wiki/Showcase
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