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I've been looking for a driver for ssd1289 tft controller.So far I've found just a single one which is http://forum.stellarisiti.com/topic/626-ssd1289-32-320x240-tft-16bit-parallel-interface-touch-libraries/ But this one is extremely difficult to port.
I have found some other drivers that don't target Stellaris products which is even worse (arduino etc.)
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
We don't have a driver for a display using SSD1289 yet but, assuming you have some example code that initializes the controller and lets you plot a pixel on the display, generating a driver should be a very quick process. If you have experience of the part, you should be able to modify one of our other drivers in under a day based on the information in this app note.
Actually the driver that you linked is exactly what you need: that is ssd1289 driver for Tiva/Stellaris. So, it's nothing to port there, you may only need to change the pins used to communicate to the display.Of course you may follow the Dave's advice and write your own driver if you want to learn how the driver works. :)
In reply to tibcsi:
This project is doneI'm sharing the code at https://github.com/itaykomemy/stellaris-digital-frame
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