AVR ISP software replacement, except AVRdude and PonyProg

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Does anyone know if there's some other software that supports the STK200 dongle, as the original AVR ISP programmer software (that was shipped with the Kanda dev board)? I know of PonyProg and AVRdude, but I was wondering if there's anything else.

Also, does any of the integrated C development environmnents for AVR have a built-in programmer?

Thirdly (I know this isn't going to be popular): I can't stand the color scheme of the new forum. It tires my eyes a lot. Black letters on white or light yellow would be so much better - I want the old forums back.

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gianmario wrote:
Thirdly (I know this isn't going to be popular): I can't stand the color scheme of the new forum. It tires my eyes a lot. Black letters on white or light yellow would be so much better - I want the old forums back.

I know the feeling-BUT-you can select a different colour scheme in you profile, there is the choice of just one more, the "Subsilver"??, but it works for me :)

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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Hmm.... yeah, this color scheme (or whatever it's called) did the trick. Thank you!

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Glad to see I'm not the only one who finds the new forum poor.
I don't object to change but change which is worse?
Aaaarrrrgggghhhh!
OK so where is the Smiley smashing the computer?
AND where is the button to post the reply?
Ah found it!
Must be Friday afternoon methinks?
Tony

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Yes, I agree. This new format has too much contrast. Perhaps this could be customized for each user.

For some reason, this new forum seems to download more slowly too.

Rick

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"Why am I so soft in the middle when the rest of my life is so hard?"
-Paul Simon

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You can change 'themes' in the user control panel. For further discussion about the forum itself please post it in the AVRfreaks.net discussion forum, there you will find several threads reguarding the new style. Let's try to keep this tread on the original topic.

Writing code is like having sex.... make one little mistake, and you're supporting it for life.

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gianmario wrote:
Does anyone know if there's some other software that supports the STK200 dongle, as the original AVR ISP programmer software (that was shipped with the Kanda dev board)? I know of PonyProg and AVRdude, but I was wondering if there's anything else.

Well, I don't know if it supports it, but there's also uisp:
http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/uisp

gianmario wrote:
Also, does any of the integrated C development environmnents for AVR have a built-in programmer?

I thought CodeVision does. You can check out the Tools section of AVR Freaks and look at all the descriptions of the compilers.

Last Edited: Mon. Mar 8, 2004 - 02:23 PM
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Imagecraft does. Rather nicely.

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i use uisp with the stk200 parallel port dongle. does the job well

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sp12 (commandline programmer) supports STK200. Do a google search and you'll find it...

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sp12 (commandline programmer) supports STK200. Do a google search and you'll find it...

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there is avreal32.exe that is an only command line tool...

Codevision also integrate a full flowchart to develop AVR MCU : from IDE to programming the chip...

For my part, I have choosen a different way of developement:
Editor (IDE) : Source insight
compiler : WINAVR
ISP Programmer : Ponyprog with the script capability...

Source insight has the real advantages that it's the better source editor I've ever seen and It can be interfaced with all the command line compiler to get error back parsed... Moreover it's a fully configurable shortcut cut and menu entry...

hope that it can help U ... if not (or you would like more informations) feel free to pm me...