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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Thanks

From: Mike Jones
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Thanks
Date: Sat Jan 13 16:54:05 2001

So was this a Linux or Win32 version of the executables? If Win32 how about
a zip of the directory to make it a bit easier for some of the rest of us
that have not done much in this area.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dale Seaburg" <address@hidden>
To: "avg-gcc list" <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 11:16 PM
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] Thanks

> A big thanks to Jason, Carl and especially to Joerg.
> I have successfully built the avr-binutils, avr-gcc and avr-libc.  I
> used the Makefile that Joerg gave me to simplify my compiling and
> conversion to .hex file format.  And, finally, again, thanks to Joerg
> and his suggestions, I was able to build uisp.
> However, that one (uisp) was a bit tricky.  I had to go into the DAPA.C
> file and hand edit the #defines because it could not find my lp.h
> include file, or so it seems.  Specifically, I had to enter the 0xNN
> values for LP_PAUTOLF, LP_PSTROBE, LP_PINITP and LP_PBUSY (that were in
> the original lp.h).  I have a lot to learn, I guess, how C works when it
> comes to locating include files ;-)  C can be SO stupid at times, or is
> it the operator that is stupid... :)
> I then found on my DOS machine a zip file of gcc test scripts that
> Volker Oth had made to test the DOS translation of avr-gcc he had made.
> I never did install the avr-gcc dos version.  I unzipped them on the
> linux box and did a 'make gcctest1.hex', followed by a 'uisp -v=2
> -dstk200 --erase --upload if=gcctest1.hex'
> Wow!  It worked!  I did have to go into that first test and add in one
> more loop to slow down the blinking of the LED's.  But, it worked!
> Now, I can use my STK200 dongle to ISP my projects.  Also, it looks like
> (with my very limited testing so far) that what may have been broken in
> the past now seems to work.
> Thanks again to everyone who contributed to this success.
> Dale Seaburg
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