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[avr-gcc-list] Preferred ICE (was: How to force GCC to not to remove "no

From: Graham Davies
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] Preferred ICE (was: How to force GCC to not to remove "nop" statements?)
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2009 22:44:38 -0500

David Kelly wrote:
I have a Microchip 1000 or 2000 ICE thingy that cost about $2000 and was used for one project. Given a choice I much prefer the ECROS
ICE Cube, avr-gcc, and of  course an AVR.

Could I possibly quote that on the "User Testimonials" page, please?

Now that Atmel have replaced the ATmega16L that the AVR ICE-Cube uses with the ATmega16A, when I get through what I have in stock the next batch will draw *even less* power from the target.

For those that are not familiar with the AVR ICE-Cube, let me save you a bit of research and point out that it is a JTAG ICE clone and only works with the small, but very useful, set of devices supported by that debugger interface. It does not support the newer devices for which you need a JTAGICE MkII. But, unlike the AVR Dragon, it does not have a 32 Kbyte limit.


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