I have a number of AVR boards around here - none are official Audino. I began with a mega128 stamp (ETT) plugged in to ETT's baseboard. The stamp itself has no standard ISP connector, but the baseboard has a JTAG connector that works with my NKC JTAG under AVR Studio. Works OK.
Rather than use a serial bootloader, I'd like to use the JTAG to flash .hex files produced by Arduino. I found one obtuse comment on where Audino's C++ stores the .hex for a project. It's in a very odd tmp directory in windows 7.
1. Is there a way to tell Audino to put the .hex and linker map files in the project directory? Or some reasonable place?
2. Do the Audino libraries handle > 64KB flash where the RAMPZ bits must be managed?
3. I found one mega128 bootloader for "wiring", but not sure it's compatible with Audino's IDE?
Maybe these Q's should go in an Arduino forum, but I suspect these are too complex.