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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Newbie questions about Procyon AVRlib

From: Chris Kuethe
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Newbie questions about Procyon AVRlib
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 11:32:27 -0700

I've got a copy of last zipfile from hubbard, the contents match those
from chromiteblue. i've also got a copy of the CCRMA patched tarball.

last night i imported them into a local cvs repository and am working
on making it compile cleanly with "-mmcu=atmega168
-D__AVR_ATmega168__" ... aka arduino. there are some modules which
won't work with a '168 as written, in particular the lcd module which
seems to want to use port b, c, d and a - the latter does not exist on
a 168. i should probably put up a cvsweb sometime...

prebuilt binaries look to be a pipe dream.

On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 7:55 AM, Gary French <address@hidden> wrote:
> Joe,
> a copy is available at:
> http://chromiteblue.com/Projects/AVR/avrlib-2006-10-29.zip
> (with some random AVR info at the TLD)
> that's the "latest". I have some non-public customizations, and it is a very
> helpful lib, so it would likely be worth updating.
> On Saturday 27 September 2008 10:56:48 pm Joe Strout wrote:
>> I'm trying to get beyond the "blinky light" stage of my AVR
>> (specifically ATmega168) coding, and Procyon AVRlib looks like a great
>> way to avoid reinventing the wheel.  However, though there are several
>> copies of the documentation (with various amounts of dust on them)
>> around on the internet, they all point to
>> <http://hubbard.engr.scu.edu/embedded/avr/avrlib/index.html
>>  > as the "home page" of this library... but hubbard.engr.scu.edu
>> doesn't seem to be running a web server anymore.
>> As a second concern, I found this thread:
>> <http://www.avrfreaks.net/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=printview&t=57998&st
>> which seems to indicate that the Procyon code (at least as of December
>> of last year) isn't quite compatible with the latest versions of AVR-
>> GCC, and nobody seemed to know how to get ahold of Pascal.  There was
>> talk at that time of forking the code, moving it to sourceforge or
>> savannah, and maintaining it as a community effort.
>> So my questions:
>> 1. Does anyone know whether such community adoption of this library
>> every took place?
>> 2. If not, does anyone know where I can find the latest version of
>> Procyon AVRlib (assuming that hubbard.engr.scu.edu isn't just
>> temporarily down this evening)?
>> 3. If not that either, is there another library with similar
>> functionality that I should consider?
>> Thanks,
>> - Joe
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