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How about having a port of the next version of Atmel Studio to linux?

I am stuck  with use WIndows 10 under virtual box within a Debian 9 environment if I need  to run AS7...

Which I do... To help friends debig their systems.

Mi¢ro$oft Visual Studio is such a bloatware!

 

Within the Linux environment, Eclipse is doing quite a good job.

Well... If only it wasn't written in java, it would be 5 times as fast!

Last Edited: Wed. Jan 3, 2018 - 08:20 AM
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Yeah sorry, can't help there.

 

0xA

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yveslegault wrote:
Mi¢ro$oft Visual Studio is such a bloatware!
Microsoft Visual Studio Code is relatively lightweight.

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/avr-studio-mac-linux

 

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yveslegault wrote:
Mi¢ro$oft Visual Studio is such a bloatware!

Within the Linux environment, Eclipse is doing quite a good job.

Seriously ? 

 

I'd have thought that the "bloatedness" of  both Eclipse and VS was pretty much comparable ... ?

 

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As I see it...

 

Short version

Nobody knows.

 

Longish version

Facts:

  • Atmel has recently-ish been bought up by Microchip.
  • Microchip has a development IDE for PIC micocontrollers - MPLAB-X
  • Atmel brought their Atmel Studio to the table.
  • As always when merging companies there's a lot of integration to be done.

 

Speculations:

I would expect an effort to merge the functionality of MPLAB-X and Atmel Studio into one IDE eventually. Before that I would not expect any new major version of Atmel Studio, and certainly not a change of platform it is based on.

 

Since some work on integrating Atmel SAM (ARM) development into MPLAB-X seems to have been started it seems to me to be less likely that a merged IDE for PICs, AVRs and SAMs will be based on Visual Studio. AVR development might be integrated into MPLAB-X, which is based on NetBeans.

 

That's my $.02..

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