good morning all,
I would like to update my AVRStudio.
Is it still neccessary to uninstall 4.09 before installing 4.11 ?
always a microsecond behind ...
Recommended to do it.
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I just went through hell after updating to 4.11 from 4.09. It flags errors, with respect to relative branches, that are not real. If it ain't brike........don't break it. I did find that version 4.10 seems to work fine
Remember that Studio 4.11 defaults to Version 2 assembler...which may not be100% useable yet. You can make Version 1 assembler as your default assembler (assembler options) or better still copy the assembler version that come with Studio 4.09 or 4.10 and use it. Once bugs get cleared up in V2 assembler then all will be well....by the way Studio 4.11 is the FIRST version that has worked well with my ICE200, so well that I have removed the shortcut to Studio 3.56 from my desktop and haven't had to use the older version at all for a month. :D
thanks for the hints, guys. I'll try the update at home, to get some experiences. Unfortunatly, I don't know how "uninstall" is to be performed here:
Do I call the "remove.exe" in the tools path or the "windows \ system control \ software \ remove" procedure ? (The first option seems to have no effects, I still can call AVRStudio ?)
Start->Settings->Control Panel->Add/Remove Programs
(if you're in Windows XP and can't see 'Add/Remove Programs', switch to the Classic View right now. And shame on you for not having switched to the Classic View before now ;) )
Find AVR Studio 4 in the list. Select it, then click 'Remove'.
Anybody any idea where to download AVR studio version 4.10
by the way Studio 4.11 is the FIRST version that has worked well with my ICE200, by the way Studio 4.11 is the FIRST version that has worked well with my ICE200,
V4.11 has also (finally!) fixed a bug with the jtag where it would not show the values of variables in extended dataram.
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