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Re: [avrdude-dev] xmega status

From: Zoltan Laday
Subject: Re: [avrdude-dev] xmega status
Date: Wed, 07 Oct 2009 12:07:13 +0200
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On 10/7/09 11:44 AM, Markus Burrer wrote:
avrdude 5.6 works fine with AVRISP mkII and ATxmega128A1. I reported
this a view weeks ago on this list including logfiles and other things.
What happend to them?

David A. Lyons schrieb:
On Oct 6, 2009, at 11:29 AM, Zoltan Laday wrote:

AFAIK, there is no support for the xmega parts on the AVRISPmkII.

I can report success programming the ATxmega128A1 over PDI, with an AVRISPmkII, from Mac OS X with avrdude 5.6 (CrossPack-AVR-20090415).

The trick was to upgrade the AVRISPmkII firmware once, using AVR Studio (and I 
had to borrow use of a Windows machine to do that).

It is a (positive) surprise to me, because when I started adding xmega support for the JTAGICEmkII, I saw only some traces of xmega related code in avrdude. I did not think that xmega support is
complete for at least one part for the AVRISPmkII.
<http://support.atmel.no/bin/customer?=&action=viewKbEntry&id=683>  says:

I was talking about avrdude only in the above statement. I am aware of this, but I could not test, since I do not have
any other tool than a JTAGICEmkII.
JTAGICEmkII, AVRISPmkII and STK600 can be used to Program devices via PDI and 
JTAGICEmkII to Debug devices via PDI
The Latest version AVR Studio 4.15 (build 623) has PDI support for AVRISP mkII.



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