What to install first ???

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I have downloaded both WinAvr and AvrStudio, latest versions.

What to install first so I can make new C language project in AvrStudio?

Tnx!

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It doesn't matter what you install first, as long as both are installed.

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Check in the tutorial section of these forums, I think it was ABCMINIUSER who made a nice tut on using winavr with avrstudio.. check that out

oh and HI EW!!! <3

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Tnx dude!

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Tnx dude!
Umm...

Not to be a pick but... I find it a little ironic that it was EW that wrote this in the sticky about posing in this forum. You should check out the suggested reading.

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1. Please note that the best way to get useful answers on the AVR GCC Forum is to follow some simple guidelines found in a tutorial written by Eric S. Raymond et al., How To Ask Questions The Smart Way:

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/sm...

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Umm...

Not to be a pick but... I find it a little ironic that it was EW that wrote this in the sticky about posing in this forum. You should check out the suggested reading.

I apologize if I said something wrong. I don't mean purposely. :oops:

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I probably shouldn't have picked. It just annoys me when people post with abbreviations like th'r txtng thr frnds on celphn. ;)

On the other hand I (we) use acronymns all the time; just RTM and IIRC you will see an acronym for every register and bit.

IMHO a "thank you" sounds more sincere and professional than "Thnx"

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Dear EM and bnemec!

I am very rarely on forums, so I apologize once more for my rude post.
But, I was unfamiliar with this great document.
I have read it, and it's make me to thing about my behave on future posts. I will try to follow this guidelines as much as possible.

Thank you.

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Thank you mbruck, for taking the time to read the references. Obviously you are a level headed person. I'll remember your name and, for what it's worth, will try to help out if I can next time I see you post a question.

bnemec

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it does not a matter.