It's been awhile and it looks like Atmel's offerings have changed. I've always used Mega88 chips, but am looking for a smaller solution that I can load my 1KB C program onto, with PWM. I only need one PWM channel to switch for a LED light controller and one other pin to use for an input button.
My question is two fold. What is the smallest (pin-wise) chip I can load C programs onto? And what do I need to program these chips on an STK500 (or do I need something else)?
I was looking at tiny9 and tiny13. They say 1KB but I'm still not sure if there are any other issues with loading C on them. One comes in a DIP package, the other an SOT23.
Also, I am using AVRStudio/WinAVR. Still on Version 4 but I see there are updates now.
Thank you in advance for any help.