@ATMEL - Please make the assembler(s) available in a zipfile

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Hello ATMEL

I just had to make some sw that needed avrasm2

I was on a Linux platform and was basically "FSCK'ed" , as i couldn't download that package without hitting an "exe - installer".

avrasm & avrasm2 runs fine under linux wine , so all i needed was a zipfile downloadable from atmel with those 2 packages in.

I succeded in finding a zipfile (2.7 MB) containing (on the net) :

avrassembler
avrassembler2
avrprog
help (chm files)

But i would rather have been able to download that package from an "Official Atmel site" , and saw the 27Mb commandline tool installer on the beta-site , but again an exe.

I just made a little linux script "avrasm2" containing , this , and also found/included some makefile hints , as comments in the script.

#AVRASM=wine ~/projects/avr/AvrAssembler2/avrasm2.exe
#AVRASMOPTS=-fI -I ~/projects/avr/AvrAssembler2/Appnotes -e $@.eep -l $@.lst -m $@.map

wine ~/avr/AvrAssembler2/avrasm2.exe -I ~/avr/AvrAssembler2/Appnotes $1

Would you please make a zip package available (maybe on the beta site) , with the latest avrassembler(s) , and their includefiles (Appnotes) , even the help chm files can be seen/read on linux , but a "Real PDF" would be nice.

Edit:
I might have been able to install something from/via wine & the exe-installers , but i would prefer to ust get the assemblers , wo. installing a full "Studio" on a system where i don't need it.

TIA

/Bingo

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@Visovian

Thank you , but the reason i asked for ATMEL to upload a Package.

Was to get a procedure , approved by ATMEL.
Where the sw was "legal" , and up to date in the include files.

/Bingo

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Just updated my avrasm2 assemblerscript to make default hexfiles , the -fI .

I have entered the below commends in this file ~/bin/avrasm2
and made the avrasm2 script executable.

wine ~/avr/AvrAssembler2/avrasm2.exe -I ~/avr/AvrAssembler2/Appnotes -fI $1 $2 $3 $4 $5

There is a new assembler (bugfix) here , but i haven't tried it
https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

I downloaded this http://www.vfx.hu/avr/download/a... , and extracted it in my "homedir"/avr.

/Bingo

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Bingo,

I'm not sure if this helps but Atmel have a package of just "command line tools" on:

http://www.atmel.no/beta_ware/

(towards the bottom)

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I'm not sure if this helps but Atmel have a package of just "command line tools"

As he already stated above, that this is an exe.

Regards,
Steve A.

The Board helps those that help themselves.

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Apologies for the dead thread revival factor, but this was a top Google result for "site:avrfreaks.net download avrasm2" -- as if I would trust some random site on the internet linking me to some out of date spyware -- so here is a link that will no doubt be invalid by the time the next person finds it.

 

https://www.microchip.com/mplab/avr-support/avr-and-arm-toolchains-c-compilers

 

Failing that:  https://www.google.com/search?q=AVR®+and+Arm®+Toolchains+(C+Compilers)+Toolchains+for+AVR

 

There are downloads for Linux 32/64, Darwin, Windows (as a zip file).  8 bit and 32 bit AVR.

 

Again, super sorry for reviving a thread that is wholly irrelevant (linux users probably don't use wine to compile avr code in 2019).

 

edit: double plus sorry for the fact that the zip file (windows, at least) doesn't actually include avrasm2 or anything with the words "asm" in it.   super lame atmel/microchip, super lame.

Last Edited: Fri. Oct 11, 2019 - 04:02 AM
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or anything with the words "asm" in it.

It does include the gnu assembler for AVR ("avr-gas")

Unfortunately gas is not very compatible with avrasm2 :-(

 

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Oh how I love cross posts! I just explained the same thing over here:

 

https://www.avrfreaks.net/commen...