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[DPRG] Return of the AVR Mega-Geek

Subject: [DPRG] Return of the AVR Mega-Geek
From: ed at okerson.com ed at okerson.com
Date: Mon Feb 15 14:48:23 CST 2010


Since you have a GNU phobia, I assume you are running on Windows.  Have a
look at WinAVR:


It includes all the gcc stuff required to program the AVR's in C.

Ed Okerson

> Hi Group,
> About five years ago, I was so much into AVR I even managed to become one
> of their "Consultants". I think my info is still on their website,
> although to be honest if I can develop a blinking LED, I'll be so amazed
> of myself, I may choke to death.
> (http://www.atmel.com/products/avr/consultants/usa_north_east.asp?family_id=607
> AMAZING! I am still there!)
> I am seriously considering returning to the AVR programming experience,
> but am not in the mood to code in assembly any more. So I would like to
> use some sort of FREE C compiler. I am not certain if the free AVR
> Developer Studio suite will accept a compiler, or what other IDE I could
> use. But I know there are some super duper awesome experts in this group
> which may be able to transfer this tidbit of information in a few pico
> seconds, if we decide to take it slow.
> Any chance you can point me into some tutorial web page that explain how
> to configure the development tools? Try to imagine that I am not a
> programmer and that am quite dumb because although I can program, whenever
> I go to the GNU websites that detail how to get the freebies running, I
> don't even understand what on Earth they are talking about, which explains
> my GetronstopireikoNumiscailenotixUmbertifutopinetic Phobia (or mega fear
> to any GNU from hell related topics). Hopefully that has improved over the
> years?
> Thanks for any input you may provide!
> Best regards,
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