Anyone use other IDE than AVR32studio to write code?

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I really miss the Programmer's Notepad for AVR8, so I'm wondering if I can still use PN to write code for AVR32?

Anyone have experience?

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Yeah sure, I use pn and cygwin when I'm unavoidably glued to a windoze machine. You can use notepad if you want. Anything at all which produces a plain-text file with the extension '.c' can create the files for avr32-[linux-]gcc to process.

avr32studio does have the advantage that it can automagically summon the make voodoo in to existance, but if it's a simple project or you have a decent grounding in makefiles, the world is your mollusc of choice.

pn and avr32studio have the further advantage of not having to Alt-Tab to a terminal to compile, you can set up shortcuts to execute the make, program etc.

-S.

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ok, great, thanks.