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Announcing WinAVR 20040404

Announcing WinAVR 20040404

WinAVR (pronounced "whenever") is a suite of executable, open source
software development tools for the Atmel AVR series of RISC
microprocessors hosted on the Windows platform. It includes the
GNU GCC compiler for C and C++.

WinAVR can be found at <http://sourceforge.net/projects/winavr/>

Below is just a sample of what's new

- Installer:
- New compression format, makes a smaller installer.
- New layout.
- Ability to select installation items.
- Beginnings of internationalisation (not complete).

- GCC 3.3.2:
- New version.

- avr-libc 1.0.3:
- New version.

- avrdude 4.3.0 (experimental native Win32):
- New version.

- uisp 20040311:
- New version.

- GNU Debugger (GDB) / Insight 6.0:
- New version.

- AVaRICE 2.2:
- New version.
- NB: You MUST use /dev/com1 or /dev/com2 INSTEAD of com1 or com2 as the JTAG ICE connection port

- SimulAVR 0.1.2.1:
- New version.

- Programmers Notepad, 2.0.5:
- New version.

- SRecord 1.20:
- New version.

- MFile:
- New package, helps you build makefiles

- Sample makefile
- New method for generating header file dependencies. Does not require sed
and it's faster.

For more information see the WinAVR Homepage at http://winavr.sourceforge.net

-Eric Weddington and Colin O'Flynn

Posted by Colin O'Flynn 2004-04-03

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