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Have an existing project where, after many years of operation, an EoL project has started having issues.  Unfortunately the developer has long since retired and I'm looking for some assistance troubleshooting/updating programming

 

Platform: ATMEGA48 and MEGA128

 

The ATMEGA48 program is in assembly, so if you've any experience converting AVR assembly to an AVR C/C++ project that'd probably be a really great start.

 

PM me for details!

 

 

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Country?

 

Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia

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Is source code available?

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Welcome to the Forum.

 

Interesting post.

 

You will likely get more interest if you provide a little bit more information.

 

If the board truly used to work, "for years", and now doesn't then one might well think it is more likely a hardware issue than a software issue.

 

Whoever takes the job can decide hw they wish to approach it.

I'll just suggest that it might be far more efficient to re-design the project from a list of specifications, rather than convert an Asm program to C, especially since you eluded to the fact that the present program is either buggy, or doesn't meet the current needs anyway!

 

It also isn't known at this point if the two micros are on the same PCB, or must be separated.

 

Given the advances in microcontrollers, and with wide range of pin counts, speeds, and operational modules, if the two are on the same PCB one might consider condensing this to a one micro project.

 

JC

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Doc, I think the OP has left the building.

Posted 2,5 weeks ago and has ignored questions of people willing to help ever since.

So wonder if he will be back.

 

ki0bk the Op stated that the Mega48 program is in assembly so I guess the source is available. Would be surprised if it turned out to be a readback of the chip content