I'm considering a switch to Linux, due to Windows 10. The one major bit of software I'm unable to run on Linux is Atmel Studio 7, so I'm looking for alternatives.
I'm mainly doing 8 bit AVRs, tiny/mega/xmega. What I'm looking for is a reasonably nice IDE with source level debugging capability (AtmelICE). I will need to integrate some ASF code, and import projects created with Atmel Studio 7.
Is there anything like this for Linux? All I can see is a few IDEs with basic GCC integration, but no real debugging capability, and manually extracting stuff from the ASF archive.