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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Butterfly code ported to gcc with bugs...

From: Desi
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Butterfly code ported to gcc with bugs...
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2003 15:57:42 -0400


again, I have problems, I'd change the 
#pragma vector  and the __interrupt for
the function, SIGNAL, that if I'm correct,
run when it have an interruption from the 
vectro table.

Well, I'd change the 
and I'd commpile one by one and 
there was no problem when I down load to
the butterfly, but when I did the same in
the button.c module, I'd put the
and I had an other function in the same
module, it was...
then I commpile with out
an error, but when I down load to the 
butterfly then give me an error that
the programming interct with the boot section, 
and if I accept this, I'm affraid that 
will erase the boot section, and I have not
the way to download the boot to the 
butterfly again, and this is because,
I have an order with Digy-Key and I have
not receive yet my ISP device...  

May be you can help me, telling me 
why this happend...



> In article <address@hidden> you write:
> >but now I need to know how to translate,
> >this:
> >
> >#pragma vector = PCINT0_vect
> >__interrupt void PCINT0_interrupt(void)
> I don't have much clues about IAR's interrupt syntax, and they
> apparently don't have documentation online to query.
> But guessing from the call to PinChangeInterrupt(), this seems to be
> handlers for the pin change interrupts 0 and 1, so in avr-gcc dialect,
> this is likely something like:
> ..
> }
> >..., and sorry for the
> >comments of the code (in spanish), was some kind
> >of dark joke because avery thing is in english, 
> No need to apologize, it's only that my Spanish is a bit rusty
> these days. ;-)  (It never grew beyond maybe 500 words or so.)
> -- 
> J"org Wunsch                                         Unix support 
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