AVR Studio on Linux

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Is it possible to use/install older AVR Studio on Linux through wine?

 

Atmel Stidio 7 fail to install or work (tried while ago).

I'm aware of many independent tools available for linux, however not official IDE.

 

I have recently noted Eclipse could be the choice, however still not tried.

Is there any other suitable third-party IDE?

 

 

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I've run Studio 4 under "wine" years ago but I've only used it for editing, building, simulating. Never tried to get it to connect to an actual programmer / debugger.

 

About a decade ago there was a PDF on the net that told you what you needed to do to get AS4 working under wine.

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dont know orignal answer but

 

maybe you have to wait....... enough until mplabx realy get's true AVR support :)

as soon or later will get it !

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mcp601 wrote:
Is it possible to use/install older AVR Studio on Linux through wine?
Yes though the USB interface may be an issue as Cliff stated.

CrossOver (commercial Wine) may be further along.

mcp601 wrote:
Atmel Stidio 7 fail to install or work (tried while ago).
Atmel Studio is a no go on Wine due to (IIRC) WPF though there's a WPF fix in Wine 3.

Wine 3 is apparently imminent; Wine 3 adds Windows 7 emulation, improved .NET emulation, and (IIRC) Chrome OS on x86 and x86-64.

Might be able to package atprogram.exe and atbackend.exe with Morten's Visual Studio Code extension; IIRC there's a post on how to package atprogram.exe

mcp601 wrote:
I'm aware of many independent tools available for linux, however not official IDE.
An educated guess is a follow-on to MPLAB X.

mcp601 wrote:
Is there any other suitable third-party IDE?
Possibly a plethora.

Might consider Microsoft Visual Studio Code as will get what's minimal essential from Microsoft Visual Studio but with a greatly reduced footprint.

Its Native Debug extension is a GDB client.

The effort would be in building the AVR GCC Microchip 3.6.1 toolchain and AVaRICE (from repository for Atmel-ICE) then testing; an alternative to that is PlatformIO though it's missing XMEGA, mega324PB, and tinyAVR 1-series.

AVR GDB and AVaRICE may be restored to the FOSS side and AVR may be added to PIO Unified Debugger for the commercial side.

 


WineHQ

Category: Main Programming / Software Engineering AVR Studio / Atmel Studio 4.19

https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=24609

Build 730

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(Wine) 1.7.1

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https://www.codeweavers.com/compatibility/crossover/avr-studio-4

http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2017/12/crossover-17-linux

https://www.codeweavers.com/store/?#cxlinux

https://www.winehq.org/announce/3.0-rc1

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Bugs fixed in 3.0-rc1 (total 28):

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44084  Simple WPF/.Net app doesn`t start

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Wine 3.0-rc3 Released

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/linux-toolchains-debugging-and-ides#comment-2160496 (vscode-atmel-debug by meolsen)

https://code.visualstudio.com/Docs/supporting/requirements

Native Debug

https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=webfreak.debug#review-details

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Federico Zuccardi Merli

9/4/2016

I'm using this for embedded debugging, through OpenOCD and other gdb servers.

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http://platformio.org/platforms/atmelavr

Debug probe support for atmel-ice / dragon and atmega328p processor #53

https://github.com/platformio/platform-atmelavr/issues/53

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/platformio-do-or-do-not-thats-question#comment-2337066

 

Edit: Morten's extension

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

Last Edited: Sun. Dec 24, 2017 - 01:59 AM