Eclipse AVR plugin and the newest AVR chips - how?

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Hi everyone,

First of all, I use Eclipse IDE and AVR plugin to program AVR chips. In order to use the newest chips (with Eclipse) I installed Atmel Studio 7.0 only to have the newest toolchain. I set apriopriate paths in Eclipse to use the newest toolchain (especially path to chip's header files (include folder). Then I tried to create new project. Unfortunately not all chips were listed on combi where I can select needed chip, so not all chips (for those there were header files) I can use for new project. Why? Is that the problem with the AVR plugin and the way it takes the info about supported chips? What is strange some of the chips were listed but not  the newest. Could you help? Best regards... Robert

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I have no idea how this plugin works, but Studio 7 bases device support on packs downloaded from: http://packs.download.atmel.com/

Perhaps the missing pieces you need are in there somewhere...?

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Hmm, I don't think so :-(. It was enough to set propriety paths for the toolchain so far (in the Eclipse). But, now, it seemes to be not sufficient. The list of microcontrollers is not as long as list of existed header files (and io.h entries)... Robert