[TUT] [GCC] 110 pages WinAVR tutorial(EARLY BEFORE BETA)

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hello every body

The attached file contains a translation for the German wiki site http://www.mikrocontroller.net/those cups have an excellent tutorials about everything related to the AVR.
the translation is for the article in this pagehttp://www.mikrocontroller.net/articles/AVR-GCC-Tutorial
the translation is made through Google and i made lots of tweaks to the translation and put it in a *.doc format.
of course the job is not 100% accurate its actually about 60%(EARLY BEFORE BETA) and I'd like to see another versions of it by the AVR Freaks community.
details in the blabla section of the document.

you will need to sign in to see the attached file.

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"An hour with a book would have brought to your mind the secret that took the whole year to find;
the facts that you learned at enormous expense,were all on a library shelf to commence"

Last Edited: Mon. Sep 1, 2008 - 04:59 PM
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First off, I did not look at the document, as it is ultimately in MS Word format.

I don't think anybody is going to be willing to open a Word document that has come across the Internet - and certainly not form someone with one post on the forum. I certainly won't. I don't mean to be harsh, but I recently spent a full weekend putting a computer back together, that I think was totally destroyed by a virus, or some other malicious code. I suggest that you convert the word document to a PDF file, and you'll get more response.

You can avoid reality, for a while.  But you can't avoid the consequences of reality! - C.W. Livingston

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before anything I'd like to thank you Mr microcarl for your fast respond and I'm sorry for what happened to your PC :(.

here is the HTM format and the pdf Format ENJOY :wink:

By the way thanks for the advice.

i deleted the rar compressed versions at here and updated the first attached file you can directly go ahead and download it.

"An hour with a book would have brought to your mind the secret that took the whole year to find;
the facts that you learned at enormous expense,were all on a library shelf to commence"

Last Edited: Sun. Aug 10, 2008 - 01:28 PM
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Did you get permission to modify and redistribute the materials on mikrocontroller.net? If not, you should contact them to get permission to modify and redistribute their copyrighted materials.

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Despite the copyright issue, really, really stop using that big bold font.

Stealing Proteus doesn't make you an engineer.

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hello everybody

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Did you get permission to modify and redistribute the materials on mikrocontroller.net? If not, you should contact them to get permission to modify and redistribute their copyrighted materials.

thanks for the notice Mr.kmr i sent an email to site requesting the copyright info.
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Despite the copyright issue, really, really stop using that big bold font.

well Mr.arnold actually some people out in the world wear glasses. :shock:
however i'm sorry for annoyance

"An hour with a book would have brought to your mind the secret that took the whole year to find;
the facts that you learned at enormous expense,were all on a library shelf to commence"

Last Edited: Fri. Aug 8, 2008 - 11:29 PM
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some people out in the world wear glasses

Yup, I'm one of them. I find your last post about 50 times easier to read than your first two!

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hello again
the site maintainer answered me about the copyright issue
here what he said

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Hi,

the article is licensed under the creative commons share alike 2.0 license
(http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/). It basically says that
you have to mention where the original article came from (the URL should be fine) and that your translation is available under the same license.

Andreas

i do not have time right now to put the declaration of the creative commons share alike 2.0 license in the pdf and other files but I'll do it as soon as possible.

"An hour with a book would have brought to your mind the secret that took the whole year to find;
the facts that you learned at enormous expense,were all on a library shelf to commence"

Last Edited: Fri. Aug 8, 2008 - 11:31 PM
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Great, glad to hear they have a liberal license on their materials.

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ArnoldB wrote:
Despite the copyright issue, really, really stop using that big bold font.

Well, having to wear glasses to even see my own hand directly in front of my face, I don't mind the larger text, as much as I do when pictures and other attachments are so large that I have to scroll across the screen to read the text of the all of the previous, as well as the following postings. That, and the fact that I can't simply click on the "Quote ", "Edit " or "Submit " Radio buttons to respond, without having to scroll to those buttons just bugs the hell out of me - but I generally put up with it: I guess I should learn to be more tolerant in other areas, as well.

In addition, I find it a real pain in the A$$ to have to scroll around a picture to see what it really is.

I always convert my picture attachments to 640x480, so that they fit in the normal parameters of the web-page.

At least the OP didn't use the large text with all caps...

By the way, it looks like a nice tutorial.

Is there an English version of the first web-link that the OP posted - the web-link where the STK500 and AVR-One are pictured and discussed?

You can avoid reality, for a while.  But you can't avoid the consequences of reality! - C.W. Livingston

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hello everyone

well MR.microcarl all of your words expose the personality of polite gentle man and i'd like to thank you for your encouragement it really helped :oops: . so large words are specially for you.

second about the English version u can use the google page translator at this link http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en it will not be a 100% accurate but at least u can grasp the general meaning of the stuff available(those cups have very nice well organized stuff but so sad in Germany).
i was working on some translations for LCD,rs232,ADC , AVR pin debouncing,etc..

but the debugging of the tutorial that i uploaded hell consumed my power.

well again i apologize for MR.Arnold for large font
but as i said before this is especially for MR.Microcarl.

"An hour with a book would have brought to your mind the secret that took the whole year to find;
the facts that you learned at enormous expense,were all on a library shelf to commence"

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takashi_85 wrote:
well MR.microcarl all of your words expose the personality of polite gentle man
Boy, have I got you fooled. There are some here that think I'm a "Hard-Nosed, Hard-A$$ ." But I see that you are motivated to learn - which brings out the gentle side within me. It's the crowd that is always demanding knowledge, thinking that they need not pay the price of having to go through their own learning experience - that's what brings out my dark side.

Thanks for the compliment.

takashi_85 wrote:
i'd like to thank you for your encouragement it really helped. so large words are specially for you.
Well, I'm a minority on this. So, I can live with the smaller print, in the hopes that others will not be frustrated or angered.

You can avoid reality, for a while.  But you can't avoid the consequences of reality! - C.W. Livingston

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Boy, have I got you fooled.
..I was about to comment on that :lol:

Why the painful RAR files? pdfs can be attached directly, I don't want to buy RAR just to open the occasional file.

So once I can read the file I can tell wether it is a useful tutorial. If it mentions PN or Makefile it is not.. :shock:

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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hello every one ;
first of all I'd like to welcome MR.John;

js wrote:
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Boy, have I got you fooled.
..I was about to comment on that :lol:

second please do not say this about MR.microcarl did not you see what he said:::->
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Well, I'm a minority on this. So, I can live with the smaller print, in the hopes that others will not be frustrated or angered.

i guess that the picture of gentle man is getting bigger and bigger.....

third i deleted the *.rar files and replaced the MS word document with a PDF file that is updated with the common shares license.

"An hour with a book would have brought to your mind the secret that took the whole year to find;
the facts that you learned at enormous expense,were all on a library shelf to commence"

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I don't want to buy RAR just to open the occasional file.
Neither do I. That's why I use 7-Zip for free which can also open RAR files.

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A good web-browser will allow the individual user to enlarge the content as he sees fit for his vision and other purposes. A good web-browser will allow this regardless of if the content provider has nailed down eg a font size to an absolute value.

One good web-browser is Mozilla Firefox.

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Johan, our little Son of Egypt is now in that childish mode where he thinks it is funny to annoy people because he can. There is no point in trying to educate him. He first needs to grown up.

Stealing Proteus doesn't make you an engineer.

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Arnold!

That was funnier than intended when I read it the first time, starting with

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Johan, our little Son of Egypt

I thought you where calling me names :D.
That really should be something else than a comma, right?

Now I gotta go over to Wikipedia again and look up that expression. Then I have to come up with something similar but worse. Just in case...

EDIT: OK, you got me. I tried Wikipedia and quickly browsed four or five pages of Google hits, but did not find the exact phrase defined. It's in some way connected to the Israelite's adventures in Egypt in general, and Moses in particular, right?

As of January 15, 2018, Site fix-up work has begun! Now do your part and report any bugs or deficiencies here

No guarantees, but if we don't report problems they won't get much of  a chance to be fixed! Details/discussions at link given just above.

 

"Some questions have no answers."[C Baird] "There comes a point where the spoon-feeding has to stop and the independent thinking has to start." [C Lawson] "There are always ways to disagree, without being disagreeable."[E Weddington] "Words represent concepts. Use the wrong words, communicate the wrong concept." [J Morin] "Persistence only goes so far if you set yourself up for failure." [Kartman]

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I tried Wikipedia and quickly browsed four or five pages of Google hits, but did not find the exact phrase defined.

Maybe reading the OP's signature? :)
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Joined: Nov 30, 2006
Posts: 6
Location: in the country of pyramids
..that's Egypt AFAIK..even though other locations have them also.

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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hi again;

first of all i welcome mr.kevin123 and mr.johan.

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Neither do I. That's why I use 7-Zip for free which can also open RAR files.

thanks kevin for the prog i did not hear about before i may give it a try.
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A good web-browser will allow the individual user to enlarge the content as he sees fit for his vision and other purposes. A good web-browser will allow this regardless of if the content provider has nailed down eg a font size to an absolute value.

One good web-browser is Mozilla Firefox.


absolutely agree with you. its my favorite one.
just a small notice press CTRL-- OR CTRL++ to decrease or increase the font size.

now lets come to Mr.Arnold well i consider what u had said as an insult i already stopped using the large font because of u and MR.clawson. perhaps you thought that i meant something bad when i said some people out there wear glasses but truly I didn't mean to be harsh with you at all it's just a fact that i mentioned without any bad intention.
the second thing is
1- I'm not a child I'm an adult man.
2- i DO NOT need anyone to educate me i can depend on my lord and then on my self to learn.
3- causing harm to other people just because i can is not from my manners;AND it is NOT a funny thing.

"An hour with a book would have brought to your mind the secret that took the whole year to find;
the facts that you learned at enormous expense,were all on a library shelf to commence"

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Is there any problems?

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well, to share my information with those who are interested, http://www.mikrocontroller.net/ is now powering an english website which is called http://embdev.net/; there are still no english avr-gcc tutorials, but there's a decent forum.

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I'll read this tutorial buddy :D

Thanks a lot for sharing :)

ArcticSoul
Industrial Electronic Engineering, College Student