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Le Jeudi 13 Septembre 2007 11:57, soliton a =E9crit=A0:
> Hello Denny,
> You could use -mavr option switch to compile avr source,
> >sdcc -mavr source.c
> but according to the manual:
> [-mavr] Generate code for the Atmel AVR processor (Not maintained, not
> complete). AVR users should probably have a look at winavr
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/winavr or
> http://www.avrfreaks.net/index.php?name=3DPNphpBB2&file=3Dindex, which is
> based on AVR-port of the gcc compiler.
> The AVR feature is not maintained and not complete, you may use it for
> experimental purpose, but as suggested by Peter Kuhar, it is better
> for you to use winavr which is based on gcc.
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