Anyone knows if there will be a WINAVR32?

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Hi,

WINAVR is great, I always use it instead of AVRStudio.
But now I starts to use AVR32 for my new PCB, so I really hope there could be a WINAVR32 to help me.

Anyone knows this?

Cheng

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For AVR32 you have AVR32 Studio if you need a graphical IDE. There is also a toolchain package which contains GCC, binutils, programming tool, etc. available for download on atmel.com[1].

1: http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product...

Hans-Christian

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Yar, winavr is pretty much the same as the toolchain linked above sticky-taped to PN. If you've already got PN or any editor you like (xemacs, gvim for Linux, PN, notepad++ for windows) then just grab the backing toolchain and you'll be sorted.

-S.

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The problem for me is that I want to use Software Framework 1.1.1 and add some of the driver code for my PCB and then compile them together, but I don't know where should I put these new driver code.

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Easiest is just to move the files in to your project and add them to your makefile. I agree it's a bit surprising that part of the framework isn't a library you can link against, maybe that'll come later.

Or if anyone's feeling keen to build and post it, so much the better!

-S.

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Actually I really want a makefile template like the one with WINAVR, so that I just need to change some parameters and use it.