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Simple question really. Can I use Atmels Qtouch library with non-Atmel MCUs (such as an STM32)?

It seems like Atmel has a solid line of capacitive touch ICs, which come coupled with an API library for interfacing with them.

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No, because it is not released as source code but as precompiled binary library object. Fortunately ST has a similar touch sensing library you might want to use instead on an STM32.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ thanks - after reading the datasheet for atmels ICs I figure I can write my own library . Too bad thats the case though... \$\endgroup\$ – scottc11 Oct 2 at 17:52

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