Direct Source for Appnotes/*.inc PartsdescriptionsFiles

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Does atmel publish the include files and PartsdescriptionFiles outside of AvrStudio?

I am using the PartsDescription files to generate a the device file for the avra assembler which also relies on the include files to be useful.

Has anyone found a direct source of these (I currently install the latest Avr Studio on a work machine and then copy them out of the install and uninstall the software).

Also does allow these to be bundled with other packages like WinAvr and what are the liscense restrictions on their reference material?

Any thoughts/pointers welcome here.

DdDD

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AFAICT there's no legal way to obtain them outside
AVR Studio, and noone is allowed to distribute them
except as part of the original AVR Studio bundle.

Jörg Wunsch

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I notice that the tavrasm from the ports collection includes the origional .inc files from appnote 100 along with the modifications necissary. Does anyone know who one would approach about getting access or at least an updated version of the appnote?

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I don't think you'll find anyone who feels responsible for that.
Inside Atmel, that would require requesting a release of some data
to the public at legal department, and nobody is probably going to
do that volunteerily...

I suggest you pick up the XML files, massage them in some way (e. g.
using XSLT), and derive your own configuration from them. They are
already shipping a tool that can convert the XML files to various
dialects of compiler header files, but it only runs on Windows as it
requires the Microsoft-EULA'ed XML parser libraries from Windows.

Jörg Wunsch

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I have a freind who is working on a derivative with a minimal goal of being able to generate the assembler header files. Once he gets it to where he thinks its close I asked him to bounce a copy to you for some feedback. Then I plan to use it to generate the include files and device.c file for avra off of it.