avr-gcc and attiny 441/841

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Hi,
does any one has some defines or include files that could be used for attiny 441/841 ?
Any hint about the most similar mcu that could be used as parameter of -mmcu option in the commande line ?

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https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

There seems to be more threads about this family here at AVRfreaks. Just do your searches. I found the above by simply searching here for "841".

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Further to Johan's link, if you get 6.2Beta you don't need the "part pack" as it already has these models.

(in fact isn't this just a general truism that if you have Vn of anything but it doesn't have X, Y or Z then isn't the first step to check for availability of Vn+1 and see if it does?)

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Are you sure the 441 is available ?
Last i heard , only the 841 was.

/Bingo

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But are you talking about atmel studio ? Because i am searching it for win-avr. Sorry it was not clear in my initial question.

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Bingo600 wrote:
Are you sure the 441 is available ?
Last i heard , only the 841 was.

/Bingo


Yes, I have one at home

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But WinAVR is > 4 years old. How could it possibly know about parts that weren't even a twinkle in Atmel's eye back then?

Your best bet is to get "Atmel toolchain for Windows" which is like a modern take on WinAVR but with a few fewer utilities.

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But WinAVR is > 4 years old. How could it possibly know about parts that weren't even a twinkle in Atmel's eye back then?

And to make it clear: WinAVR as a project is for all that we know a dead. There is no maintenance at all done at it.

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clawson wrote:
Your best bet is to get "Atmel toolchain for Windows" which is like a modern take on WinAVR but with a few fewer utilities.

That was it, thanks !
441 is now recognized by the compiler, and I can use my favorites cygwin, vim and makefiles