(ADV) New AtmanAVR

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Just an info, for people they won't wait for the new WinAVR Release

AtmanAvr C new version 5.1 is available:
AVR-GCC tool chain (gcc-3.4.4, binutils-2.16.1, avr-libc-1.4.0)
Added support for new devices
- AT90PWM2/3
- ATmega329/3290/649/6490
- ATtiny25/45/85
- ATmega164/324/644
- ATmega640/1280/1281.

[Moderator's note: unlike WinAVR, AtmanAVR is a commercial package.]

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Yes, the Atman-IDE is commercial. A license is required after the 30 day evaluation period. But the package comes with up-to-date ACR-GCC binaries, (which are open source). Maybe there is a simple way to make AvrStudio work with the Atman AVR-GCC...???

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Alternatively, to update WinAVR AVRGCC tool chain with AtmanAVR AVRGCC package:
1) Download AVRGCC package AVRGCCUpdate.exe from Atman site
2) Install it to a specified directory
3) Copy the subdirectories (avr, bin, lib and libexec) under the created directory \avrgcc and paste them to \WinAVR directory
4) Uninstall it (AVRGCC 3.4.4)

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Updating WinAVR with the AtmanAVR package worked for me.

By the way, Atmam has a nice tool for creating code to access chip peripherals, easily worth the $100 for what you save in digging though register details if you are in a time is money environment.