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Re: [Uisp-dev] Re: [avr-gcc-list] uisp pre-release snapshot available,

From: Klaus Rudolph
Subject: Re: [Uisp-dev] Re: [avr-gcc-list] uisp pre-release snapshot available, gdb release coming up
Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 21:26:14 +0200

Hi Tod, hi all,

> :)
> :) OK, have you a schedule for that actions. Let us not talk about
> :) days, but can you say summer (north part of the earth :-) or more
> :) next winter?
> I plan to make the next release once I have added the hi-v parallel
> funcionality. No need to stick to the 6 month cycle. Mostly it's a
> question of me finding the time. (There's a gdb release coming up and
> I've been working that. Plus the day job, etc)

Thats the problem from all the "work-horses" here, first we should work
on a day expander not on simulators and so on :-)

When you speek from gdb. There are two open bugs as discussed in
a few week s ago.
One is the buffer overflow problem which could be fixed in a few minutes
the other is the frame-pointer? / register usage which makes it unable
to change 
one of the registers from gdb, because wrong register size is
I have removed the FP in my private version and have not seen any
but I have not watched out for any sideeffects until now :-(

Will these fixes come with next release?
(I put that mail also on avr-gcc-list for that point)

> :) As I understood now, the parallel high-v programming is not on the
> :) mainline but could be found in the branch, right?
> Mostly correct. The hi-v stuff that you wrote is on the branch. My
> work has taken a different approach and is currently only on my
> harddrive at home.

I´m a bit wondering now. In the "news" you wrote that parallel h-v
is one of the new features in the mainline, right?

> :) The branch also contains your latest changes (new devices etc) ?

> I merged the mainline to the branch this morning. So, yes.

OK, that means that I can use the branch and will be able to use
new devices and my fuse settings in high voltage parallel programming
with stk 500.

that looks very very good.


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