I have a usb programer that i will install in atmel studio but, i don't know that how to?
My freinds tell to me that i should use avrdude program.
What idea would you recommend me for this problem? :)
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You do not say what programmer you have, but I speculate that it is an USBISP variant. If not, then nothing of what I say below might apply..
You need to
1. Learn how to use AVRDUDE on the command line, and then
2. Create an entry in Atmel Studio under Tools, External tools, that will run that command line.
It should be possible to create this external tool so that it can cope somewhat with different projects without changes. E.g. there are provisions to point to the current project directory etc.
But alas there is no way to cope with e.g. different target devices, swo you will have to alter the definition of the tool if you switch to another AVR model.
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Your explanation was very good!
My programer is avr usb programer. a picture of it:
I use progisp program for program the microcontrollers!
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