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[avr-gcc-list] AVR-GCC auto install(repost)

From: Woo-Hyun Kim
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] AVR-GCC auto install(repost)
Date: Tue Jan 30 21:17:03 2001

I'm sorry.
my e-mail client's default setting is in html mode.
so I repost in text mode.

again I'm sorry.

Hello !

I make avr-gcc auto installation and libc compilation program by modifying 
in Volker Oth's avr-gcc distribution and adding Peter Fleury's avr-libc for 

You can easily install avr-gcc like Volker Oth's distribution.

Get following files from Gunnar Henne's web site.

and get following file from my web site.

then extrat all files and merge into avrgcc and put avrgcc in any directory you 
Now, you can easily install avr-gcc as follows.

After unzipping, you need to run INSTALL.EXE in the installation directory once 
(e.g. double click it in the explorer). This will create a batch file called 
RUN.BAT in the installation path. Also, a link to this batch file(avr-gcc-2001) 
is added on the desktop. Subsequently, AVR-GCC's libraries are compiled ... 
this is necessary to enable the debugger to find the libraries' source codes. 
If you move AVR-GCC later on, you need to run INSTALL.EXE once more. 
To use the compiler, some environment variables have to be set/changed. This is 
done by running RUN.BAT in the installation path either from the command line 
or by double clicking the desktop link. You might move the link to the start 
folder of course or change its properties, of course. 

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