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Re: [avr-gcc-list] OS X 4.2.2 -- simplest way today?

From: Joshua Perry
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] OS X 4.2.2 -- simplest way today?
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 22:05:03 -0600

Glad to see others working with AVR on the Mac!

Good question about the source, maybe I'll send them an email about that. Though technically, like RedHat, they don't need to provide perfectly build-able source.

libusb is for avrdude to be able to use the JTAG ICE and other usb connected programmers.


On May 8, 2008, at 8:33 PM, David Kelly wrote:

On May 8, 2008, at 9:09 PM, Rick Mann wrote:

On May 8, 2008, at 16:09:10, Dennis Clark wrote:

I do wonder about the tool chain though - Is that not in the package? That is as much a hassle as the compiler to build. I've not looked, does this include the libs as well as the compiler? They tend to be related.

I don't think it would've built my project without the rest of it. I'm sure it's all there.

No kidding. Just read the original URL, repeated here: 

At the bottom of the page it says,

Version 2007-11-26
This is the initial release. It contains the following software packages:
        • gcc 3.4.6
        • gcc 4.2.2
        • GNU binutils 2.18
        • avr-libc 1.4.7
        • avrdude 5.5
        • libusb 0.1.12
        • gdb 6.5
        • avarice 2.7
        • simulavr
        • GNU make 3.81

There are 4 release versions shown. Most significant was the latest with avr-libc 1.6.1.

Look around a bit on the site and see some familiar Mac utilities. And their other AVR thing, a software-only USB library for AVR. Guessing its bundled above as libusb 0.1.12.

David Kelly N4HHE, address@hidden
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