Hello Everybody. Today is Day Number One in learning about Atmel AVR with the ATMEGA168 Development Board, received as a birthday gift from ProtoStack. I have disovered that I need AVR Studio 4 to develop for AVR mCUs.
In March 2010, I started working with the Atmel 89Cx051 mCU and created C code using Keil uVision 3. I thought I could use that for the ATMEGA168, but couldn't find it as a device option, nor could I find any AVR mCUs in the listing.
In April 2010, I started working with the Microchip Technology PIC16F877A, and began to enjoy that mCU, so I ported over my Keil uVision 3 source codes into PCW. My ported code works fine with a different mCU.
Now, the question I have, is, do I have to start from scratch with AVR Studio 4? Or can I migrate code (assembly or C/C++) for AT89Cx051 series into AVR Studio? Target device is ATMEGA168.