I was JUST about to start my education on C for micro controllers with a Windows 10 machine and a Butterfly. After reading this post and seeing the guy that literally wrote the book on the subject is having trouble, I am apprehensive. As I already have a Butterfly I would like to use it somehow.
If I install the AVR studio 4.18, is there a reason to use WinAVR or should I use the AVR tools? (As6 Toolchain or something else)
These questions may not make sense as I don't really understand what I'm talking about. I have been searching the forum and see that AVR studio 4.19 appears problematic and I should try 4.18.
Is there a comparable device/learning resource to the Butterfly but on the modern tools available?