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adding C feature to AVR studio

Discussion in 'AVR' started by Richard Principal, Dec 27, 2006.

  1. Richard Principal

    Richard Principal New Member

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    Anybody that has downloaded AVR Studio (I have version 4.11 seems to be the latest) you can program in assembly.

    But how can you add in a third party software so you can program in C?
     
  2. hjames

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    Hang out at avrfreaks.net, there's a lot more AVR, and avr-gcc specific stuff over there.

    There's a port of the gcc C compiler (usually referred to as "avr-gcc") that works with the AVR line of chips, and apparently the AVR studio has some hooks for it. I haven't used AVR studio in any depth since the 3.5 days, so I have no idea how to set it up though.

    GCC is inherently a command-line program, and coming from a unix background, I usually work at the prompt.
     
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    from where can i download avr-gcc ....... Plz give me the direct link.
     
  6. Papabravo

    Papabravo Well-Known Member

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    I'm detecting a trend here. Does Google not work in Pakitan, Multan? Durn them consarned government censors!
     

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