A new patch for Atmel Studio 6 (6.0.1843 OR 6.0.1863 => 6.0.1882) is now available through the extension manager.
- 0: If you haven't, update your Extension Manager first
1: Open the Extension Manager from Atmel Studio 6.0 (Tools > Extension Manager...)
2: Select Available Downloads to find the... available downloads.
3: Select AtmelStudio Patch and Download
4: If needed, create a new account or sign in.
Download size: ~25 MB
Patch update for Atmel Studio 6.0 that corrects some issues with the release.
AVRSV-3626 "“ Each launch session would leak a number of objects due to a missing destructor call. In the case of large ELF files with e.g. lots of macros (compiled with "“g3), this could exhaust the backend memory in a few launches resulting in allocation failure and backend crashes.
AVRSV-3606 "“ When "Use tool polling" is enabled, an active Segger session may be closed unexpectedly.
AVRSV-3161 "“ J-LINK Ultra and Pro tools are not supported.
AVRSV-3632 "“ Wrong criterion used for selecting clock source caused a slowdown in programming speed by a factor of 10 for some devices.
AVRSV-3511 "“ Multiple instances of atprogram might interfere with each other and make tools temporarily unavailable
AVRSV-3588 "“ Stop debugging when running hangs backend for UC3 targets.
This patch also includes fixes for the following issues fixed in Atmel Studio 6.0.1863 public patch1
DEVXML-310 - Debugging of ATmega32HVB does not work
AVRSV-3545 - Programming UC3 is slow compared to AVR Studio 5.1.
AVRSV-3252 - Atprogram and daisy chain: The order of the daisy chain arguments are reversed.
AVRSV-3544 - Automatic enabling of the debugWire interface fails on devices missing the CKDIV8 fuse.
If you have encountered any of these issues, we recommend that you download and apply this patch to your Atmel Studio 6.0 installation.
This patch applies to both Atmel Studio 6.0.1843 and 6.0.1863 and upgrades them to 6.0.1882.
Information about the patch can be found here:
NOTE: Until the new patch installer is available on atmel.com, Check for Updates will tell you that your 6.0.(< 1882) installation is up to date. Don't listen to it. It's lying!
If you encounter any download/install problems, please look at the thread for the previous patch for common solutions.