Can someone please provide a North American link
to the AVR-GCC compiler.
AVR Studio 4 Ver. 4.18 684
avr-gcc Ver. 4.3.0
Do you mean the source of GCC itself or a prebuilt package such as WinAVR ?
I need the prebuilt package. I have downloaded it onto a couple
of computers but I seem to be having trouble finding the link. I
apologize if this is a pain but I have spent some time looking for it.
It's the "winavr" project on SourceForge:
EDIT: Eric beat me with seconds, and provided a link somewhat close to the ultimate goal, methinks..
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Thanks a ton (imp).
GOOGLE is your friend!!! entering WINAVR into google gives a multitude of hits - the FIRAT being the winavr project on sourceforge!
Maybe he didn't know the name of the prebuilt GCC for Windows is "WinAVR" so it makes it tricky to Google?
Having said that guess what the top link is in a Google for "avr gcc windows" ? ;)
Perhaps all those links and search results being extolled did not resolve to North America and thus did not satisfy OP's criteria.
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SourceForge's main servers, IIRC, are located in North America. It used to be when you download anything from SF you have a chance to choose which mirror you would like to receive the download from. I remember about 2-3 mirrors located in the US, at least.
I was trying to be funny. [And had my usual success rate.]
I suppose it (the server location) might matter in certain instances--e.g. big download such as AVRStudio over a slow link. Nowadays, I ten d not to care for most work.
Sorry. Without a winking smiley face, it's hard to tell. ;)
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