New project on SourceForge - expansible SPI programmer.

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Its address is http://avrspi7042.sourceforge.net
Please try it and send me recommendations or questions...

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There is already an open source programmer software package called avrdude:
http://savannah.nongnu.org/proje...

- It is expandable by writing support for new devices and new programmers in a configuration text file. No rebuilding is necessary.
- It can interface to parallel programmers and STK500 / AVRISP.
- It is known to build and run on Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X.
- It can connect to AVR910-style ISP devices.
- It is normally a command-line driven interface, but it also has an interactive terminal mode.
- It supports Intel Hex, Motorola S-Record and binary file formats for input and output, plus direct specification for fuse bytes.
- There is also a fledgling GUI for it called avrdude-gui at SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/...
- Work is being done to support the STK500 version 2 protocol.

The avrdude project can always use more volunteer help.

Eric

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Thanks for the interesting link! My program makes much of that enumerated also.

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There is already an open source programmer software package called avrdude

I tried to download it yesterday following suggestions on another thread but seems to lock up IE, I had to exit IE and restart it again...several times. Tried both US and Japan SourceForge mirrors :cry: Tried again just now, still locks up IE. Can you please post the GUI in the savannah site also?

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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No, I can't. SourceForge and Savannah are different sites, and have different policies, plus there are different maintainters.

I would suggest using the Firefox browser, or perhaps I can send it to you if you have a big mailbox. Another suggestion is to try other mirrors, perhaps in Europe.