AVR Studio 4.19 Beta Posted

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Posted today: AVR Studio 4.19 Beta (as build 720 in url) at http://www.atmel.no/beta_ware/ - 126 MB.

Still no mention of the Register Names View issue in release notes...

Stan

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Holy mackerel - it's alive - it's alive!!

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And only 123MB!

Regards,
Steve A.

The Board helps those that help themselves.

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Hi,

They are still working on 4.x? What gives? I'm still using 4.x as I greatly prefer it...

Thanks,

Alan

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Koshchi wrote:
And only 123MB!

note that it is studio4... Not studio5

but great that they are still working on 4.x.....
this could mean that there are major problems with the studio5.

but interesting to hear what problems are solved in 4.19 hopefully it will be officially released shortly.

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Part of the release notes:

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Part support
The following new parts have been added to AVR Studio since 4.18 SP3:

-ATtiny84A,ATmega3250PA,ATmega325PA,ATmega3290PA

Check the device matrix to see which devices are supported by which tools: See a list of all supported devices and tools here.

The following additional devices are supported by simulator2 in AVR Studio 4.19:

* ATtiny24 / ATtiny24A
* ATtiny44 / ATtiny44A
* ATtiny84 / ATtiny84A
* ATmega8 / ATmega8A
* ATmega16 / ATmega16A
* ATmega32 / ATmega32A

Bug Fixes
13075 - avrdragon.exe not able generate .cac file in Windows 7 64 bit
13735 - AVRISPmkII: STK500 command line utility doesn't correctly verify fuses for ELF files
12257 - Only SP1 includes QT600Upgrade, SP2 and SP3 does not include


The bug fixes seem immaterial but the "big one" is sim2 support for mega8/16/32. Yeah!

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Holy mackerel - it's alive - it's alive!!

I thought it was Studio 5 that was "Atmelsteins Monster" :wink: Someone with good image-processing abilities should edit in a bolt through the neck of the ladybird..

As of January 15, 2018, Site fix-up work has begun! Now do your part and report any bugs or deficiencies here

No guarantees, but if we don't report problems they won't get much of  a chance to be fixed! Details/discussions at link given just above.

 

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