VMLAB 3.12 FREE

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VMLAB 3.12 FREE

http://www.amctools.com/download... 4.2 Mbytes

Supported AVR models:

ATiny11, ATiny12, ATiny15, ATiny22, AT90S2343, AT90S2323, AT90S1200, AT90S2313, AT90S4433, AT90S4414, AT90S8515, AT90S4434, AT90S8535, ATmega8, ATmega16, ATmega161, ATmega162, ATmega32, ATmega64, ATmega128, ATmega48, ATmega88, ATmega168, ATmega8515, ATmega8535

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The link to the MacroMedia-Flash "training" does not appear to work!

Thanks
Jim

 

Until Black Lives Matter, we do not have "All Lives Matter"!

 

 

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VMLAB 3.12 not needs any traning at all !

All in folder

AVR_demo
tutorial
WinAVRdemo
Multiprocess_demo
User_comp_demo

try all - and you'll become AVR guru !

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ka7ehk wrote:
The link to the MacroMedia-Flash "training" does not appear to work!

No - it doesn't. :(
c_mcu_faq wrote:
VMLAB 3.12 not needs any traning at all!

That's not the point, is it? :roll:

If the link's superfluous - remove it; otherwise, fix it.

It doesn't inspire confidence if the first page you come to is littered with broken links... :(

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Excuse me, but it doesn't look like the OP is responsible for AMC Tools website?

The Dark Boxes are coming.

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Freaks,

OK, we'll fix it. Note that this Flash-based training was developed by a german university (Darmstadt), and we preferred to link their site, instead of putting the file, just in case they performed some maintenance.

AMcTools

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Too bad it doesn't support the AT90CAN128 :(

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Never look a gift horse in the mouth

...or at least thank the donor before pointing out the shortcomings.
Its not that VMLAB is faulty or something bad. Its just not everything you would wish... but what is anyway?

If the proverbial horse is not a race-winner, aren't you still glad you got it?

So
Great many thanks to amtools for making VMLAB free.
And thanks fo the OP for noticing the board.

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...it's a real shame if VMLAB is no longer going to be supported, it's a great product. I only wish it supported to new GCC debug format....

Tim.

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www.activeflightsystems.com

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OK, let's explain a bit things....

Thanks to all our users for the good feedback received, etc. but unfortunately, we cannot survive with comments, and symply, the level of licenses sold does not allow us to continue with this product at a professional support level...

This does not mean that VMLAB is "abandonedWare", as I have read somewhere. We will continue it as "hobbyWare", just for fun, but of course, with no support warranty.

Regarding ELF parsing, sorry, this is a quite non-trivial task, and for the moment
we cannot face it. Try to manage with the XCOFF converter that BTW, woks quite well.

Thanks again to all for your good feedback.

AMcTools