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Is it possible to view function arguments in debugger
I'm using AVRStudio with gcc and am unable to view the calling arguments from inside a function. Is that an AVRStudio problem or a gcc quirk? Is there a way around it? Thanks
Monday, 28 January 2008 - 23:09
setjmp - Bug or wrong library selection WinAVR-20071221
I am using AVRStudio with WinAVR-20071221. longjmp is failing. A look at the disassembled code for setjmp shows it only using the low order byte of the stack pointer when fetching...
Monday, 28 January 2008 - 02:07
Slow ISP Speed Required? Dragon
With both the ATmega88 and the ATtiny2313, AVRStudio tells me that the highest ISP speed I can use is 6 Khz... and it is right - if I try higher, ISP doesn't work. This is true...
Sunday, 17 June 2007 - 18:41
Dragon/ATtiny2313 Program no debug/debug no program -
I am having a strange problem with an ATtiny2313 project, using AVRStudio/GCC + a Dragon. I can program the part, but when I go into debug, it fails. It offers the chance to set...
Sunday, 17 June 2007 - 02:34
Specify fuses in object file?
I generate code that goes to a manufacturer who needs to program many parts. Is there any way to put the production fuse settings into the object file that I send him? Currently I...
Saturday, 16 June 2007 - 21:47
Mystery Signatures, Cant Program ATmega88V parts
I have a batch of ATmega88V-10PU. SOME Of the parts from my batch have the following signature: 1E 93 06 Anyone have any ideas what this is all about? These were purchased through...
Friday, 18 May 2007 - 19:17
Can't Program/Read! Dragon & STK500 - ATMega88V
After testing for most of the day, all of a sudden I find myself unable to read or program my ATMega88V's, either using the Dragon with ISP to my project board, or by plugging an...
Tuesday, 8 May 2007 - 05:28
ATMEGA88V - Clock running at 1/8 speed???
My ATMEGA88V clock is running at 1/8th the correct speed. This is even though I programmed off the 1/8 flag, and also turned off the clock divider at startup (CLKPR = 0;); I am...
Tuesday, 8 May 2007 - 05:21