I don't use GCC/WinAVR at this time. I am using ICCAVR 7.x
and did not like the ICCAVR version 8. So, I have some interest in using one of the above mentioned.
What is the difference between WinAVR and GCC?
I think I have been spoiled using a commercial based product. I am used to starting an install and everything is then handled by the installer. I like the IDE setup using ICCAVR, makes life easier (at least for me).
Also, I am interesting in being able to use GCC in a Linux environment (Ubuntu 12.04), but it looks complicated to install and setup. I have the GCC installed on the LInux machine in order to experiment. I have been able to write, compile and run several very basic programs. In that environment, LINUX, I have so far been unable to determine where the include files are and what they offer. So, I am thinking that the GCC version for the Atmel AVR are perhaps more like the GNN compiler
I have been playing around with (for the Linux PC) might be the same.
So any advice or suggestions?