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RE: [avrdude-dev] Mega163 problem

From: Egbert Jan
Subject: RE: [avrdude-dev] Mega163 problem
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 08:37:33 +0100

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joerg Wunsch [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2006 12:28 AM
> To: address@hidden
> Cc: Egbert Jan
> Subject: Re: [avrdude-dev] Mega163 problem
> As Egbert Jan wrote:
> > There is essential info missing in the
> #PREFIX/etc/avrdude.conf file!
> I noticed that as soon as I saw your AVR Studio trace.  But
> sorry, I've been away for the rest of the evening, so I could
> not reply.
> Obviously, some parts of avrdude.conf are missing, yes.  The
> ATmega163 is pretty old, and almost unused now (it has been
> replaced by the ATmega16 several years ago), so that
> apparently nobody ever noticed the STK500v2 parameters are
> missing for that device.
> Please open a bug report for this.  Certain other parameters
> appear to be wrong or missing as well (the flash mode ought
> to be 0x21 but is written as 0x41, the eeprom mode parameters
> are missing).
> For the time being, it appears to me the ATmega16 values for
> that part are the same as for the ATmega163.
> --
> cheers, J"org               .-.-.   --... ...--   -.. .  DL8DTL

Hi again,

I know that the parts I have laying around are outdated or EOL. But I
happen to have a bunch of at90s8515, on Mega163, two Mega8515L, one
at90s8535 and one at90s2343. For some smaller project (my robot uses 2x
at90s8515 interrconnected with SPI) the old devices are still very usable.
I will buy a few Mega16 soon since they replaces most of the old devices.

I'll check 'avrdude.conf' for the oldies by comparing with the XML
structured data that comes with the AVRstudio4. Would be nice if avrdude
could read those XML files directly! I would say they are free as
AVRstudio is free. Would be save to check with ATMEL though.

Egbert Jan

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