What IDE?

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Hi everyone,

Maybe I'm the first to post in this forum... :)

What are the IDE to use to develop in AVR32?

Have a nice day

Pippo

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Right now there is not a graphical IDE out there and ready, I think most people use commandline and their favorite editor. For example I use my terminal in Gnome (Ubuntu Linux) and gvim as an editor, and this works excellent for me.

I would recommend checking out this forum often, as I think some nice news is coming first to us freaks users ;)

Hans-Christian

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(*hint* avr32studio)??? OOoh I'm all tingly XD;;

But yeah, I don't use an IDE either, just a combination of gedit,
gquilt and the command line.

-S.

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On the "old" avr (atmega,..) I used winavr with ultraedit and avrstudio. That was a good a solution and i love it.
No I got the new avr32 studio. It is a absolut good tool.
I hope the next beta version is coming soon, so the debugging will work better then now.
But keep on going....
Dirk

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Have you tried the update manager yet? :wink:

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Oh, I would advise against that, Torkild, until Dirk has the updated GNU Toolchain in place, since the beta requires the new syntax of avr32program etc.

Wait for the official release tomorrow... :-)

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Ah, you're absolutely right. In the excitement over the new release I forgot about the toolchain.

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Try codeblocks.There are nightly builds for ubuntu, for other distributions build from svn.
Supports any gcc compiler (native or cross)
www.codeblocks.org