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Downloading as I type this. Anything to avoid having to get it from www.atmel.com, which requires a registration every time you d/l anything. Jut hoping that the final, non-beta, will also be available at the Norwegian beta site. With the frequency of Studio releases looking something like 4 or 5 per year, I bet that Atmel has a lot of John Does in their database by now.
Please Lars, can you talk to the people in charge of that ridicolous feature and tell them that it makes no sense whatsoever? Please? [grovel, grovel]
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Please Lars, can you talk to the people in charge of that ridicolous feature and tell them that it makes no sense whatsoever?
I am a grumpy old man, yes.
What makes absolutely no sense to me is the "in exchange for" argument. What use will Atmel have of (I suspect) thousands of registrations of a Mr "X", living at "X", in "X" with ZIP-code "1231233", e-mail "firstname.lastname@example.org" etc?
What use will Atmel have of (I suspect) thousands of registrations of a Mr "X", living at "X", in "X" with ZIP-code "1231233", e-mail "email@example.com" etc?
PS Can I make a small suggestion to Lars too - I tend to keep the install files for different versions of Studio but you have a habit of always calling them just something like AVRStudio4Setup.exe - it'd save me renaming them at each download if you could call them AVRStudio4_15Setup.exe (or similar) in future.
I tend to keep the install files for different versions of Studio
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As it happens I just discovered why it's useful to keep the older version. Up until yesterday I'd never used Hapsim but, to prove that the AVR Studio simulator could "light some LEDs" I downloaded it. It's a work of pure genius it turns out. So then I just downloaded 4.15 then tried Hapsim and it, of course, says "Unknown version of Studio". When I look at the source of Hapsim it appears to make binary hooks into the the running Studio code. So now I'm winding back to 4.14 so I can continue to "play"
BTW I notice that in 4.15 the defaults for a GCC project STILL do not include the linking with libm.a - that's a real shame.
... then tried Hapsim and it, of course, says "Unknown version of Studio".
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