Where can I get the def file for the ATtiny1634?
YOU mean this:
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Latest part packs are available at http://packs.download.atmel.com . These packs contains all the .h's and .atdf's and linker scripts. If you are using Atmel Studio you will find them in C:\Program Files (x86)\Atmel\Studio\7.0\packs\atmel\
Trying to work with assembler and get this error:
Can't find include file: tn1634def.inc
Have you told the assembler where your tn1634def.inc is located? It would be a whole lot easier to help you if you gave us more information about what you are actually doing. When you just give us minimal information you will only get replies that answers just that question you are asking.
If you are using Studio i would think all this is taken care of when you create the project.
I concede that i have not done an assembler project in quite some time though
He may be using an older version of Studio before the chips' support?? If that's the case adding the .inc file will allow the assembly of the code but not program or debug.
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Yeah I hadn't thought about that when I posted.....good catch
Which brings us back to the importance of complete information at the outset ...
Yeahbutt where is the fun in that? Reading people's minds is the greatest fun here.
Sorry guys. It got it working now. It's been several years since I've done this.
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