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Hi does any one know:
Will the AVR simulator support: ATmega32 and ATmega16?
I'm using only these two and both are not supported by simulator in AVR studio 5!
Am I using to old models?

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Yes, we are working on support for mega32 and mega16 (and mega8), and will try to have them included in the next release of AS5.

-Jan Egil

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tx:) I'm looking forward to that.
Just wondering when it will be.

BTW AS5 is soo much more professional congratulations!

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When I first installed AS5 and ran it with much enthusiasm for the first time... OMG it was love at first sight! :) but when I came to know the simulator doesn't support M8/16/32 my heart broke :(

kindly fix this ASAP :)
I just luvv AS5 <3

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Munish

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As an update I can inform you that the models for mega8/8A mega16/16A and mega32/32A is finished and will be included in the next release of AS5. Hope this fixes your heart, munish4u911ex.

-Jan Egil

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will be included in the next release of AS5. Hope this fixes your heart

Surely that depends on the schedule for the next alpha release?

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for the next alpha release?

Ouch..

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@je_ruud

Why don't you put out the updated DLL or whatever without making us wait for the next "release"?

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rledyard wrote:
Why don't you put out the updated DLL or whatever without making us wait for the next "release"?

Because doing things out of the ordinary almost always have consequences. For instance these files would not be recognized by the installer and will be left behind if you do an uninstall. A minor issue, but still. And there might be others...

Secondly it takes time. Time I could have used on the simulator model backlog, bug fixing, and other improvements.
But hey, your time is also valuable, and these models seems critical according to all the noise. Therefore, since it was my mistake announcing the completion of the models I have decided to post them here. But be warned. You are using this file at your own risk. Frankly I can't see how this could go wrong but somehow someone always manage the unthinkable.

The contents of this file should be the same as will be included in the next release, unless we find and fix any bugs in the mean time. Unzip it in "Your Program files directory"\AVR Studio 5.0\tools\Simulator\ and the next time you start AS5 the simulator should support mega8/8A mega16/16A and mega32/32A. Again, you use it at your own risk.

-Jan Egil

EDIT: Removed attachment since the support is included in the current release.