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Re: [avr-gcc-list] compatiblity between gcc, binutils and avr-libcd

From: E. Weddington
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] compatiblity between gcc, binutils and avr-libcd
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 23:05:20 -0600

On 25 Aug 2004 at 0:54, Marvin Dickens wrote:

> Hello,
> I recently upgraded from gcc 2.9 for the avr and during the process, I 
> found that I could not find consistent information that described 
> version compatibility between the different tools in the avr tool chain.
> To make a long story short, I could not find a single source of 
> up-to-date information that described this issue and I had to play 
> around with a couple of different versions of the various tools to get a 
> tool chain that would compile and most importantly, play nicely with the 
> other tools in the chain. My new avr tool chain works great and in my 
> case, figuring out the version thing was not that big a deal. But, users 
> new to Linux (Or UNIX or programming...) would most likely have problems.
> Does anyone on this list know of a single source or document that 
> describes which versions of gcc, binutils and avr-libc work well 
> together in an avr tool chain?
> Best regards
> Marvin Dickens
> Alpharetta, Georgia  USA

Did you check the avr-libc documentation?

If it's not in there, then the latest releases on everything work well together:
binutils 2.15
gcc 3.4.1
avr-libc 1.0.4
gdb 6.1 (or is the latest 6.2?, I can't remember offhand)

and then there are the various other AVR tools:


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