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RE: [avr-gcc-list] Building equivalent of WinAVR on Linux

From: Craig Schlenter
Subject: RE: [avr-gcc-list] Building equivalent of WinAVR on Linux
Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 08:18:45 +0200

[Rolf Ebert]
> The point was that some shops use Windows and Linux as development  
> platforms. They need the exact same version of tools on both 
> platforms.   

Agreed 100%. I'm trying to do that here. I've built what I
think is the equivalent of the 20040720 release of winavr
on linux for binutils and gcc but I can't get avr-libc-1.0.4
to build happily on FC3. Maybe I'll post the details to the
avr-libc list as this is probably off topic here but if
anyone has had success with this or has some hints, please
drop me a note.

Thank you!

PS. Yes, I do know there are newer flashier versions of winavr
and yes the latest version of avr-libc does build on FC3 but
I need to get 20040720 going to be compatible with zillions of
lines of tested, deployed code we have ...



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