As nobody complained about the release candidate ;-), and all my own
tests were pretty successful, I released AVaRICE 2.12 today. The
Sourceforge mirrors should have picked the files up.
As with the release candidate, I found a Cygwin system to compile a
Win32 binary on. It can be found in the .zip file, while the .tar.bz2
file contains the source tarball (as usual).
The main differences to the release candidate are the addition of
Xmega debugging through PDI (on the JTAGICE mkII "” STK600 has not been
integrated yet, in case anyone would care), and I added the
ATxmega16D4 to the list of supported devices (which is a non-JTAG
PDI-only device). From a user's point of view (as well as from an
implementor's point of view), PDI debugging is completely abstracted
by the ICE, and very similar to JTAG debugging (fortunately).