I have 4 rotary encoders connected to an MCP23017 which in turn is connected to interrupt port 0 on the arduino (and to I2C of course). Everything works fine: I get interrupts for all 4 rotary encoders, can read the values for them and even store these values in the EEPROM and load them in setup.
Now, I connect a WS2812 LED to the arduino (with a resistor and a capacitator in front of it). I connect the UNO and the led lights up. I attach the serial console (resetting the UNO) and it stops working (LED does not light up). This could just be simple wiring mistake and is not my real problem.
I remove the LED (and the capacitor) from the board and start everything up again. I can see via the serial console that the UNO works, however it does not receive any interrupts anymore. I exchange the MCP23017 thinking I fried it somehow but that doesn't change anything either...
Is there some sort of state the UNO has I could have affected?
Or could I have fried the interrupt "sub-system" on the UNO (again: all the other stuff still works)?
EDIT: The code is here: https://github.com/qollin/Liting/blob/master/src/Liting.cpp