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RE: [avr-gcc-list] avrgcc and avrstudio on win xp

From: Eivind Sivertsen
Subject: RE: [avr-gcc-list] avrgcc and avrstudio on win xp
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 14:41:16 +0200

Hi Sudheer/Jorg,

it is probably a very good idea to upgrade to AVRstudio 4.11 and WinAVR.
They are both nice tools that work adequately together.

> Also upgrade your AVR Studio to the latest version (4.11 or something
> like that).  In case you've got an STK500 (or compatible) programmer,
> better *don't* allow AVR Studio to upgrade its firmware though (yet),
> as the opensource programming tools cannot handle the new (2.x)
> firmware yet.

Well, there's also the option to actually LET AVRstudio 4.11 upgrade, and
then you'll have a programming tool that actually works! (AVRstudio)
You can always use the opensource tools later, when they are up to speed
with the version 2 protocol.


> > "avr-objcopy: not found.
> Hmm, you don't seem to have avr-binutils installed either.  Never
> mind, it will be part of the WinAVR distribution as well.
> Just remove your old installation before though.
> > My source file is gcctest.c.
> Note that the old gcctest files have never been updated to comply to
> the current toolchain.  Just start out with the simple demo.c file
> that is part of avr-libc (and you guess it, it will be installed by
> WinAVR as well :-), then pick up any *recent* examples from the
> Internet (like from the avrfreaks.net "academy").
> --
> J"org Wunsch                                           Unix
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