STK-200 software

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I'm looking for a way to use a STK-200 to program 90S2313 chips from my own
program. I've been using AVRprog.exe from Avr Studio 3.1.

Is there non-interactive version of AVRProg.exe that runs by command line?

if not...

Is there source code (preferably C/C++) available that I could include in my
program?

if not...

Is there documentation on the serial protocal for the STK-200?

Thanks,

Ron

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Ron,
I don't know a lot about the Pony Programmer but you can find it at http://www.lancos.com/prog.html. I'm going to check it out but thought you might find what you need before I could.

Scott Pierskalla

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I thought AVRProg didnt work with the STK200, anyway, you want to look at the schematic for the STK200 at Kanda, and then look at the topic 'Programming in System" in the manual wich comes with the STK200, and the pdf on atmels site wich covers this subject.

Joe

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