[TUT] [SOFT] Visual C IDE to edit and build AVR projects

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I have developed applications targeted for AVR microcontrollers and the Windows OS. I use Microsoft's Visual Studio C++ for Windows applications. Visual Studio's IDE has some features"”integrated source version control, project source browser, Intellisense, column editing, EOL handling"”that I especially like, so I was interested in trying out Visual C++ to edit and build AVR projects via WinAVR. The attached tutorial--quick summary, rather--summarizes my findings and solution.


Edit: Incorporated TommyZ's implementation.

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Last Edited: Thu. Feb 24, 2011 - 10:29 PM
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Awesome! Thanks flubberlab!

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Wow! This is what I looking for! Thank you!

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I use

CC_DIAGS_XLATE = 2>&1 | sed -e "s_:\([0-9]*\):\([0-9]*\):_\(\1,\2\):_" -e "s_:\([0-9]*\):_\(\1\):_"

and it works with the standard WinAVR imstallation.

Thomas

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@TommyZ,

Thanks! Nice to know it can be done with the standard WinAVR.

I incorporated it into the tutorial document.