How can I buy the Imagecraft ICCAVR V7 for a customer

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Guys,

I have developed boatloads of code over the years using the V6 and V7 ICCAVR compilers. The one I run is the last 7.22C build, Advanced level, and it is activated by a dongle. I am getting close to retirement and I have a customer that I am willing to give source code to. However, I can't hand them my dongle (that doesn't sound right!) I still need mine to support other projects. And I would be happy to buy a license but I don't know where to get a copy of ICCAVR V7. Does anyone know a source or is anyone even willing to sell me their V7 Advanced dongle so I can give these folks code? I've tried sending emails to Richard but I think he has fallen off the earth.

Thanks,

Dan

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danman43 wrote:
I am getting close to retirement and I have a customer that I am willing to give source code to.
Thank you!

Similar for a predecessor who passed on; took his source code then ported to GCC.

Is porting to AVR GCC an option?

IAR EWAVR?

CodeVisionAVR?

danman43 wrote:
However, I can't hand them my dongle (that doesn't sound right!)
laugh

danman43 wrote:
And I would be happy to buy a license but I don't know where to get a copy of ICCAVR V7.
There's a LoB progression though you likely already know that.

danman43 wrote:
I've tried sending emails to Richard but I think he has fallen off the earth.
If that's true then his executor can receive a request likely via their representative; possibly in the context of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA so has to be an attorney per that state's constitution.

IIRC, corporations are listed by Dun & Bradstreet; California corporations are likely in a STATE OF CALIFORNIA list.

 


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danman43 wrote:
I don't know where to get a copy of ICCAVR V7.

You can still download a 45 day free trial full function, here: https://imagecraft.com/legacy/de...

My dongle stopped working, it think it died awhile back, like you I have not been able to contact anyone to fix/replace it.

So your the other user!

 

Jim

Who retires tomorrow!

 

 

 

FF = PI > S.E.T

 

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Its too bad its so hard to try to do the right thing! Richard's products have helped me make a lot of money and I'd really like to pass some back to him. I'll just have to see what I can do!

 

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Richard closed shop a few years ago now.

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

https://www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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Good news! I had sent emails in the past but the one from a few days ago got through. Richard contacted me and provided a method of getting a licensed copy of V7. We should be good, thanks to you all, and a special thanks to Richard!

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when they stop Software products AND stop selling them, imho should provide a free version online to community....

no reason otherwise, no loss ..

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ki0bk wrote:
So your the other user!

 

I still rock ICC 7!  I have a dongle for V8 but I didn't like the IDE they switched to. (NetBeans or something I think it's built on.)

Some projects (classic AVR) I actually maintain concurrent versions of firmware for ICC & GCC as I slowly transition.

All xmega stuff and newer is GCC.

 

Anyway, it's good to know I can still potentially keep ICC going if I kill or lose the dongle.