Author Topic: FREE AVR Compiler (WAVRASM)  (Read 9643 times)

Christian_S

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FREE AVR Compiler (WAVRASM)
« on: 07.10.2001 at 03:15:33 »
Anyone interested in Windows 9.x based (win32) AVR Assembler compiler ?
I 've just got one software running under windows 9.x (Graphical User Interface). It's as easy as editing in MS Word to compile an AVR assembler file.
No confusing "dos prompt command" again.

I'll put it online soon. :D
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Jman

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Re: FREE AVR Compiler (WAVRASM)
« Reply #1 on: 07.10.2001 at 06:02:39 »
HI
Send it my way please


Jman
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Christian_S

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FILE's SENT
« Reply #2 on: 08.10.2001 at 04:09:23 »
I have sent the file (wavrasm.zip) to your e-mail ( jman@jman.co.za ). I've put it online on this link :

http://www.geocities.com/yin_siong/wavrasm.zip

Anyone can download it from the link above.

:)
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nuc134r m4n

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Re: FREE AVR Compiler (WAVRASM)
« Reply #3 on: 09.10.2001 at 23:25:55 »
this prog is soo old, where did u manage to get it from?

use avr studio (ver 3.52 right now) that is available free at atmel.com with an assembler that is included with it. the interface is much better and assembling is so easy -- that it's just laughable

i really dont understand why u use the old, poorly designed wavrasm...

nuc134r m4n
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Christian_S

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sorry
« Reply #4 on: 10.10.2001 at 03:28:22 »
I'm a new one in programming avr microcontrollers.
sorry for the soo old program. I just get it from some avr ring. I tried it, but I have not tried the avr studio yet. now I'm downloading the avr studio from atmel.com.

thanks anyway for the information.
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Tomas

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Re: FREE AVR Compiler (WAVRASM)
« Reply #5 on: 17.11.2001 at 18:29:37 »
It can be a little tricky to get AVR-GCC to work directly with AVR studio. Someone has discoverd this though and you can find a how to solve it manual here:

http://www.avrfreaks.com/AVRGCC/progsim.php
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