Windows 8.1 compilation error

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thanks a lot. the problem solved as stated.

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The dll works for me too ... I'm using Windows 10 and after migrating from Win 7-64 bit had the problem that was described here ... after ferreting around for a bit I gave it a whirl and it seems to restore the project build sequences to their correct functioning.

 

Thanks for getting me out of the hole!

 

Mike

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hello,

../ledblink.c:14: fatal error: opening dependency file dep/ledblink.o.d: No such file or directory

i am getting this error for windows 10. I am new to the programming. Please help me out.

 

shree

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Try a "clean" first.

 

The way this works is that the first time you build the compiler generates a map of all the .h files involved and creates .d (dependency) lists. On subsequent "make" it checks the times on all the .h so that if any have changed it triggers the .c to rebuild even if it hadn't changed itself. But if there's some problem in this process you see the kind of error you are getting above. Usually a "clean" which wipes everything so it all starts from scratch is enough to rectify things.

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hello clawson,

thanks for your advice. You told me to clean it. how can i do that cleaning work, please guide me.

shree

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If using Studio on the build menu - should be a "clean" entry. If building at a command line "make clean"

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thank you clawson, I done with clean up, but then also error remain as it is. after cleaning it gives me following msg. Attachement contains error msg and a screen shots. please down load the attachment n help me.

 

 

 

 

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shree

Last Edited: Sat. Oct 29, 2016 - 12:27 PM
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OMG WinAVR-20080610. Unless you REALLY need to use this positively geriatric version you should upgrade.

 

In this post:

http://www.avrfreaks.net/comment/2004601#comment-2004601

I recommended the easiest route for AVRStudio4 users was to install the final version of Atmel Toolchain that was intended to work with AVRStudio4

 

Atmel AVR 8-bit and 32-bit Toolchain 3.3.1 - Windows
(4921000, updated April 2012)
Windows installer for AVR 8-bit and 32-bit Toolchain version 3.3.2

http://www.atmel.com/System/BaseForm.aspx?target=tcm:26-40855

 

This installer creates registry entries that allow AVRStudio4 to find the toolchain. For a "New Project" it should work straight away, but I don't know whether an existing WinAVR project will. (Probably not actually - Make a new project just in case)

 

-- Nigel

 

 

 

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This worked for me too under Windows 10 x64.

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This ALMOST worked for me.  It solved the issue that was claimed it would!  Now I'm on to a new error to work on.  At least its progress.

 

Windows 10 x64, WinAVR 20040404, AVR Studio 4.09.

 

Thanks

 

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Try the LATEST 1.0.18 DLL, it works on Win10 fine, old ones (including the one in this topic) do not work.

 

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Last Edited: Wed. Apr 19, 2017 - 01:50 PM
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Over a year ago, clawson wrote:
But why in 2016 is anyone using WinAVr (last release January 2010).

 

And now we're well into 2017 !!

 

surprise

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Thank you. It worked for me on Windows 10.

If you have a qualified firmware which was build with a specific compiler version and you want to achieve comparable binary file, it does make sense to use a specific compiler/toolchain.

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Solved my compilation issue on Windows 10 pro.

was using AVRGCC with programmers notepad.

 

The issue was : 

"main.c:13: fatal error: opening dependency file .dep/main.o.d: No such file or directory"

 

Thanks!

Last Edited: Mon. Sep 11, 2017 - 02:09 PM
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sauravshandilya wrote:

sebastor wrote:

I found solution.

Copy this file:

http://www.madwizard.org/downloa...

to utils\bin directory (WinAVR)

 

solved issue for windows-10. 

 

Super agradecido

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