Where i can find library for IAR workbench for avr?

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Hi guys! :D
I'm looking for find stock library for IAR workbench for avr but i can't find. can you help me?
Where i can find library for IAR workbench for avr?

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Chuck, you are in my heart!

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Have you tried http://www.iar.com/ ?

John Samperi

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Yeah! but i can't find!
maybe i do bad search!?
are you see to iar.com?

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Chuck, you are in my heart!

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Have you asked them? After you paid all that money in license fees they should be able to help you.

John Samperi

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No,
The atmel for xmega put lib here:

http://www.atmel.com/Images/avr1300.zip

but for mega no!
it's free, friend!

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Chuck, you are in my heart!

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it's free, friend!
The library or the compiler?

The compiler is something like $3000.00 that's why you don't find too many people using it unless they are rich. :-) Us poor people use the free Atmel Studio.

AVR1300 is ONLY the ADC application note for the Xmega, I thought you wanted a full library with everything in it like Peter Fleury's or Pascal Stang's.

You should be able to use them anyway with maybe a bit of work on your part.

John Samperi

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Well, i think the library!
Yeah, i want a full lib

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Chuck, you are in my heart!

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i want a full lib

IAR comes with a full lib that adheres to the ANSI C standard - you have all the usual sprintf/strcpy/sin/atoi and so on.

What IAR don't produce is a support lib for devices like UA, SPI, timers, etc. I guess they assume that as the $3000 price tag means it'll only be used in a commercial environment you'll want to develop your own code for that kind of thing.

Sure it seems odd when $500 compilers like Imagecraft, $200 compilers like CodeVision or $0 compilers like avr-gcc do have all that kind of support library stuff available to them. But no one ever claimed IAR was good value for money (apart from the class leading code generation model).

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js wrote:

The compiler is something like $3000.00 that's why you don't find too many people using it unless they are rich. :-) Us poor people use the free Atmel Studio.

There is a kickstart version of IAR.Fully functional with 4k code limit. For some project it's enough.

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There is a kickstart version of IAR.Fully functional with 4k code limit. For some project it's enough.

Yes, and you can use evaluation versions of CodeVision or ImageCraft too.

Inevitably you find projects that exceed 4kB, so you want to be realistic. i.e. do you want to pay $0, $200, $500 or $3000 ?

Personally, I paid for a CodeVision licence and have always thought it money well spent.
Likewise, I have a hobbyist-restricted licence for Rowley.

Unless you can always live with the IAR 4kB restriction, that IAR learning curve is not worth the effort. Believe me, IAR requires more effort and pain than all the other compilers put together.

YMMV.

David.

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oh, please guys,
What can i do, now? :?:

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One of two things;

1) Write support code yourself. Apart from CAN and USB there's nothing particularly complicated in an AVR.

2) Pick a compiler that either has a code generator or loads of freely available library code. If you have $3000 for IAR then presumably $0..$500 for some alternative won't be a problem.

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Thanks claw!

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Chuck, you are in my heart!