Atmel Studio 6.2 SP1 crashes randomly?

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Hi i updated to AS6.2 SP1 and i get crashes but i am not sure if the are random or not.

 

My PC is based on AMD FX 8320 with Windows 8.1 x64 (all updates except KB2919355 because it cant update it successfully) 32GB RAM & Jtag ICE3.

I have installed AS6.2 SP1 as an update of AS6.2 and not a clean install.

 

I see there are exceptions as you can see in the log i have attached:

Unspecified error (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80004005 (E_FAIL))
Exception :Error HRESULT E_FAIL has been returned from a call to a COM component.

 

 

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Last Edited: Wed. Nov 5, 2014 - 09:57 PM
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Hi, I see the same running on Win7 (32 bit).

There is also an issue connecting  to the debugger (AVRONE).  App. every 3 time it is not finding the debugger. After restarting the application is is OK.

Never saw these problems in build 1156.

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These are bad news as i also have AVRONE...

 

I was playing with the extensions and I made a small improvement. I can use the solution navigator from Microsoft Pro Power tools normaly for AS2010. I am not sure if it works OK so it needs testing but at least i can find files in a project very fast, especially when searching ASF example project files...

AS6.2sp1 looks better now but  logs are ugly...

 

Feature Request!

One important thing is that there is not any Call Graph or function call hierarchy whatever named like Visual Studio has as also MplabX and eclipse.

 

I have attached my modified pro productivity tools extension which is actually the Solution Navigator only from them.

Feedback is always welcome!

 

Asle wrote:

Hi, I see the same running on Win7 (32 bit).

There is also an issue connecting  to the debugger (AVRONE).  App. every 3 time it is not finding the debugger. After restarting the application is is OK.

Never saw these problems in build 1156.

 

 

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