need a tools fo programing avr cpus

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need a tools fo programing avr cpus

Post by lukove » 13. Aug 2010, 10:51

i request this three opensource utils for work with atmel avr microcontrolers.. it will be nice to see it in repo..

Avra : http://avra.sourceforge.net/

Avrdude : http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/avrdude/

optional gcc-avr : gcc cross comp..

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Re: need a tolls fo programing avr cpus

Post by thenktor » 13. Aug 2010, 11:06

There is a nice build script available for the AVR toolchain. See: http://www.avrfreaks.net/index.php?name ... ic&t=95328

I wonder if I should package this. Actually anybody who's developing for AVR should be able to run this script. If I would package this, there are different options:
Instead of building every single tool, I could use this script and build an avr-toolchain package, containing: avr-gcc, avrdude, binutils, libc
Of course with much more work single packages could be build, too.

Normally I'd install all these cross compilers in /opt, but this is against the package rules. But perhaps problem could arise if it is installed in /usr.
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Re: need a tolls fo programing avr cpus

Post by gapan » 13. Aug 2010, 11:55

There are slackbuilds for most of these in slackbuilds.org. For separate packages. I haven't used them myself but a friend of mine does and he tells me they work fine.
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Re: need a tools fo programing avr cpus

Post by lukove » 14. Aug 2010, 06:31

avra and avrdude is not problem compile in classic way make & make install but would be nice have slackware packages..

the gcc-avr is optional for me.. i never compile gcc. now i switch to debian and there is all of these for now..

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