I have read issues about loading eeprom files into the simulator.
But, if I am using eeprom r/w commands in my code, should the simulator memory window work? Currently, the eeprom is all 0xff (as it would be on initialisation), but when I try to write to it (using routines pulled directly from AVR1315, the memory window does not update. Am I doing something wrong, or is it just something that cannot be done? I have checked other memory areas (e.g. mapped eeprom area) just in case!
I'm new to using simulators as I usually have hardware but this time I'm updating my atmega code to work with xmega devices and don't have hardware for another month!