I've been working a new, and in some ways very unique editor/assembler Interactive Development Environment for AVR's. It's called "IntAsm-AVR" and was born both of frustration with AVRStudio's many bugs, and a desire to create an IDE with some wonderful new features.
It's about 90-95% done, though there are a number of areas that still need to be fleshed out. And of course there will be bugs, and the cosmetics need attention too. I have plans for many more features in future versions.
Although not yet complete, I'd like to get some feedback on what I've done so far to gauge how much effort I should continue to put towards it.
Please check it out at:-
And let me know what you think...