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commit 3c26f07f5a0452f5a43fc8797dba1c9dc01152f7
parent 0ebec1e41124b04d36e32461947539ffd0eb54ac
Author: noroadsleft <18669334+noroadsleft@users.noreply.github.com>
Date:   Thu, 17 Jan 2019 22:13:09 -0800

Grammatical fixes for GPIO Control doc (#4869)

* Grammatical fixes for GPIO Control doc

I found the Advanced Settings section to be poorly written.

* Commit suggestions from fauxpark

* Change first instance of "microcontroller" to match suggestion

Diffstat:
docs/internals_gpio_control.md | 6+++---
1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/internals_gpio_control.md b/docs/internals_gpio_control.md @@ -1,6 +1,6 @@ # GPIO Control -QMK has a GPIO control abstraction layer which is micro-controller agnostic. This is done to allow easy access to pin control across different platforms. +QMK has a GPIO control abstraction layer which is microcontroller agnostic. This is done to allow easy access to pin control across different platforms. ## Functions @@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ The following functions can provide basic control of GPIOs and are found in `qua |`writePin(pin, level)`|Set pin level, assuming it is an output | |`readPin(pin)` |Returns the level of the pin | -## Advance settings +## Advanced Settings -Each micro-controller can have multiple advance settings regarding its GPIO. This abstraction layer does not limit the use of architecture specific functions. Advance users should consult the datasheet of there desired device and include any needed libraries. For AVR the standard avr/io.h library is used and for STM32 the Chibios [PAL library](http://chibios.sourceforge.net/docs3/hal/group___p_a_l.html) is used. +Each microcontroller can have multiple advanced settings regarding its GPIO. This abstraction layer does not limit the use of architecture-specific functions. Advanced users should consult the datasheet of their desired device and include any needed libraries. For AVR, the standard avr/io.h library is used; for STM32, the ChibiOS [PAL library](http://chibios.sourceforge.net/docs3/hal/group___p_a_l.html) is used.