Feather M0 + ATMEL tutorial setup

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I want to ask some1 who was able to do this, to explain me how to make a setup for Atmel Studio 7. I want to be able to program the microcontroller, with Atmel code and also to use some of Arduino libraries. If it is possible also to specify how you need to setup BOSSa to upload the Sketch.cpp on uC.

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Well. I have both arduino and studio on this computer and I use arduino to make sketches and studio for other avr work.

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Hallo Nikel1992!

 

I recently got an Atmel Start project working for the Feather M0, with the USB as a serial port, I am attaching the project file, hope it helps

 

In the main.c there are some comments on getting Bossac running

 

Note that tis is a project created with the Atmel Start Web (start.atmel.com) interface and not with the older Atmel Software framework.

 

It basically has the usb port running as a serial port, reading some ADC values, and reading and setting some gpio pins

 

Regards

 

Gert

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Nikel1992 may have been abducted by aliens in the past 13 months....

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Hello Nikel1992.

There is a visual micro plugin you can install for Atmel studio to allow you to program Arduino boards directly from Atmel studio. That's what i been using for my projects.

Here is the link for visual micro:http://www.visualmicro.com

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Hi John!

 

Or he was beamed up by a Scotty from a parallel universe?

 

Ive just learned out of experience that there are often a lot of people battling with the same problem, particularly in the embedded field when you want to do something that is a bit out of the ordinary - like running a Feather M0 with Atmel Studio, instead of taking the easy way like using the pre set up Arduino IDE that the other 99% of the world uses with the Feather M0.

 

Many a time in the past I got stuck on an elementary simple thing for days, and then it is an obscure post in a forgotten thread that has the answer, thus my reason for posting on a year old thread, because I surely know that someone else somewhere is by chance also going to do a google search for the same thread title that Ive searched for, and then for that poor guy the answer will be available and he wont have to battle for days.

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jzheng wrote:
There is a visual micro plugin you can install for Atmel studio

That was for Atmel Studio 6 - it is not needed for Atmel Studio 7